Code of Conduct

The Woodbridge Community Center is committed to providing enjoyable family entertainment for our members and guests.

While visiting our facility, the following general activities will not be accepted:
  • Violations of the Law.
  • Any activity that threatens the safety of our guests, members and/or employees.
  • Any activity that threatens the well being of the property.
  • Any activity that disrupts our pleasant, family-oriented entertainment environment.
  • Any activity inconsistent with the general purpose of the property, which is family entertainment, lesson programs, dining, membership activities and business purposes.
  • Any activity that would disrupt the legitimate business of the property and its patrons.
Examples of specific activities that are not permitted include, but are not limited to:
  • Disruptive profanity, vulgar or threatening language.
  • Unnecessarily blocking walkways, entrances/exits and/or lobby areas.
  • Running, horseplay or disorderly conduct of any nature.
  • Excessive loitering.
  • Operating unauthorized recreational and/or personal transportation devices in the community center.
  • Use of firearms or illegal weapons.

Fitness Center Rules

  • Be courteous and respectful of others
  • Do not drop the weights
  • Return weights to rack after each use
  • No food permitted
  • No drinks permitted, other than water or sports drinks
  • Appropriate gym attire must be worn (Athletic wear only)
  • Each machine is limited to use by up to three individuals at one time
  • Please use headphones or earbuds when using electronic devices for music or when using cell phones
  • Proper athletic footwear must be worn (No dress shoes, boots, sandals, open-toe or open-back shoes or bare feet, etc.)
  • Wipe down each piece of equipment for the next guest
  • Backpacks/ gym bags are not permitted in the strength room (Lockers/ locker rooms are available on the first floor)
  • Children under the age of 13 are not permitted in the strength room and cardio room.

Guests who do not act responsibly may be asked to leave. If they refuse to leave the property they may be arrested and prosecuted for criminal trespass.