Policies & Acts

General Policies

All DACC programs and events are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Your registration will not be completed until you have paid a 50% deposit.  The balance due is expected to be paid on or before the first day of class. Fees may be paid over the telephone via credit or debit card, by mail via check, or in person at the DACC. Please note any check returned for insufficient funds will incur a $25 service charge.

DACC Membership fees are not refundable. Please do not purchase a membership until you are certain the DACC is able to meet your expectations. You are always welcome to be our guest on your first visit to the DACC.

DACC Program fees will be refunded in full if the minimum number of participants per class is not met.  See refund policy below.

The DACC reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or combine classes.

The DACC enjoys documenting activities, events and classes.  The resulting photos may be used in the community center publications, advertisements, or programs. Please tell the photographer or videographer if you do not want to be included in the photos.

General Rules

The first and most important, rule of the DACC is to treat other people the way you want to be treated.

The second rule is the we do not have personal maids at our Center.  Each and every person needs to put their trash and recyclables into the proper containers and put away any toys or materials when you leave.

The third rule is to do no damage.  It is very expensive to make repairs and to replace broken equipment.

Children who are not yet ten years old must be enrolled in a program or accompanied by an adult.

Unless enrolled in a program, a child must be ten (10) years old to be at a separate place in the building from his/her parents(s).  Children must be twelve (12) years old to be at the DACC without a parent or adult (18 years or older).

Children and a parent of the opposite sex are welcome in the same locker room until the child is five-years-old.  Last year, a mother told me she didn’t want her ten-year-old daughter changing in the same locker room as the boys in her class.  That is completely understandable.  Until we are able to fund the completion of a family dressing room, we will have to rely on your creative solutions.  Please share them with us at the front desk!

Every staff member at the DACC is responsible for the safety of every member and guest.  This means that you must remind your child, spouse, or yourself, that the directions of staff are to be obeyed.

Winter Weather Policy

The DACC make every attempt to stay open in inclement weather. HOWEVER. The decision about whether to remain open or to close the facility is based upon weather reports, the conditions of the roads leading to the center, and our ability to keep the parking lot and sidewalks safely cleared.

Any or all of these conditions may require us to close the center.  If we are not able to maintain safe conditions OR if our employees will not be able to travel safely, the center will close.

Refund Policy

Instructors for DACC classes are scheduled based upon the number of children/adults who are registered for a class. Three days before a class or program begins, or is to be held, a full refund will be issued if you notify the DACC front desk attendant that you or your child will not attend. A $5 administrative fee will be assessed. After that date, your payment will be refunded if the slot you have reserved can be filled from our waiting list.

Americans with Disabilities Act

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability, the Danville Area Community Center and Pool is handicapped accessible.

The DACC will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities who meet essential eligibility requirements for a desired program. Please call the community center at 275-3001 to discuss any special needs you or your children may have.

Equal Access

No person shall, on the basis of race, sex, creed, national origin or disability, be denied equal access to programs, activities, services or benefits, or be limited in the exercise of any right, privilege, advantage, or opportunity.