Clackamas County’s Gym Discount Program is available for employees, retirees and their eligible dependents.
The Gym Discount Program provides discounted gym memberships to support our efforts to improve and maintain our health. Facilities vary in types of services provided, membership costs, and location. Gyms are participating on a voluntary basis. Employees, retirees and their eligible dependents must pay all membership costs. Clackamas County does not pay any costs.
To join, contact the gym directly. Inform the gym you are a Clackamas County employee, and ask about their current discount.
|9 Round||Oregon City||503-387-5248|
|Better Body Fitness NW||Oregon City||503-657-3814|
|Bikram Yoga||Happy Valley
|CrossFit Oregon City||Oregon City||530-953-9887|
|Curves Gladstone / Oak Grove||Milwaukie||503-653-2500|
|Curves of Oregon City||Oregon City||503-650-6332|
|Cutting Edge Fitness||Molalla||503-759-3636|
|East Side Athletic Clubs||Clackamas||503-659-3846|
|East Side Athletic Clubs||Milwaukie||503-659-3845|
|ISA (Island Sports and Athletics)||Milwaukie||503-659-2231|
*contact Tamra Dickinson for voucher
|Mt Hood Athletic Club||Sandy||503-826-0565|
|Nautilus Plus O.C.||Oregon City||503-657-7717|
|SNAP Fitness||Oregon City||503-656-2580|
|Tae Kwon Do||Oregon City||503-545-9503|
|Trainer’s Club||Lake Oswego||503-636-3900|
We encourage you to visit the gyms in which you might be interested and ask for a tour. Gyms offer many types of programs. Some have pools; some have child care. Some are local, some have national service. Compare the blend of equipment, coaching, classes, hours, cost, location, parking, and “feel” of the gyms that appeal to you.
Other Gym discount resources
Employees, retirees and eligible dependents enrolled in Providence health plans are also members of LifeBalance. The LifeBalance program has a variety of fun and interesting events available to Providence health plan members. To support you in reaching your fitness goals, the LifeBalance program has partnered with hundreds of local fitness clubs, yoga instructors, Pilates studios, cycling shops and more. Members receive reduced fees and prices, free trial memberships and a myriad of other benefits. Telephone 503-234-1375 or visit lifebalanceprogram.com for the complete list of fitness clubs.
Employees, retirees and eligible dependents enrolled in Kaiser Permanente are eligible for discounts on gym memberships, sports, dance, outdoor pursuits, weight management programs, gardening, and more. Kaiser has partnered with CHP Active and Healthy to provide the discount coupons. You< will need to enter your Kaiser ID number and create an account.
Gym Discount Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the Gym Discount Program?
The Gym Discount Program is designed to support employees, retirees and their eligible dependents in building and maintaining healthy habits through regular physical activity. The “discount” varies by gym, with some offering a discounted initiation fee and others offering a price reduction on the monthly membership.
How do I get my discount?
It is important to ask about the discount AT THE TIME YOU ARE CONSIDERING SIGNING UP. Gyms regularly change their discount programs depending on a variety of factors.
How were the gyms chosen to be in the Gym Discount Program ?
Gyms participating in the discount program were selected because they offer a variety of education and instruction on physical activities with or without equipment. Additionally, they offer a discount to employees, retirees and their eligible dependents. These discounts are good for a year except when otherwise indicated.
Can my family also receive discounts?
Yes, most participating gyms extend the discount to partners and eligible dependents.
Why is my gym not listed with participating gyms?
Participation by gyms is voluntary. Your gym might have chosen not to participate, or you may attend a gym that hasn’t heard of the program. If your gym would like to offer employees discounts, they should contact the Wellness Program at email@example.com or by phone at 503-742-5486.
Gyms will ask for proof of employment before approving discounted membership. What is proof of employment?
For active employees, proof of employment is a Clackamas County identification badge or a current pay stub.
If a dependent joins a gym at the same time as the active employee, the employee's proof of employment will be sufficient. If a dependent joins at a different time than the active employee, two pieces of identification are required:
- Proof of employment (pay stub) and
- Proof of same residence (driver's license or other photo ID with address)
Retirees may need to request a letter confirming their eligibility for the Gym Discount Program. Contact the Wellness program, Tamra Dickinson at 503-742-5486.
I want to complain about my gym's discount (or service) — who can help me?
Once you confirm the discount offered, send either an email or letter to the gym , attention customer services manager . You may copy the Wellness Program by email or at Clackamas County Employee Services, 2051 Kaen Road, Suite 310, Oregon City, OR 97045.
Does Clackamas County recommend any particular gym?
No. Clackamas County is not able to recommend any particular gym. The program has been set up to offer choices and alternatives.
Membership in these gyms is voluntary on the part of employees, retirees and their eligible dependents. Clackamas County will not be liable for any personal injury, property damage, or theft that may occur as a result of an individual participating in any gym that is referenced in this site. Clackamas County does not guarantee the fees or discounts.
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