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News Release
City offers limited fitness access at community centers with new FIT Pass - 09/14/20

Vancouver, Washington – Vancouver Parks and Recreation is now offering limited access to designated fitness areas at the Firstenburg Community Center (700 N.E. 136th Ave.) and Marshall Community Center (1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd.) with the new 30-day FIT Pass.

A FIT Pass allows participants to reserve time slots to exercise at Firstenburg or Marshall community centers. Available fitness areas vary by location. Each fitness area has been arranged to provide space for physical distancing during workouts. Face coverings are required unless you are using cardio equipment with exertion or when you are swimming in Marshall Pool. The reservation system ensures both facilities remain in compliance with Washington’s Safe Start capacity guidelines for gyms and fitness centers.

The FIT Pass may only be used at the community center selected at purchase, so customers should carefully review each location’s available fitness areas before starting a reservation. The FIT Pass is added to your cart the first time you reserve a time slot, so you can start scheduling workouts immediately.

FIT Pass Areas Available at Firstenburg Center:

  • Fitness center
  • Weight room
  • Basketball
  • Pickleball

FIT Pass Areas Available at Marshall Center:

  • Fitness center
  • Pool

Cost for a FIT Pass is $29 for Vancouver residents and $33 for non-residents. Passholders must be 13 years or older. The FIT Pass is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. No long term commitment is needed; you can choose to purchase a pass at any time for the same price, for as long as this pass is available.

Visit to learn more and start a reservation.

Vancouver Parks and Recreation is following current guidelines to keep facilities safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19. To provide space for physical distancing, services are limited at this time. More services will be made available as Clark County moves through the phases of Washington’s reopening plan. For more information about the steps being taken to protect passholders and staff, read the Community Center COVID-19 Protocols.


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