DENVER (CBS4) – It could soon cost more to work out at some of Denver’s recreation centers as a plan to raise fees is moving forward.

The proposed plan sets up a three-tiered system based on size and amenities. Fees for smaller neighborhood centers would drop, but fees for larger, local and regional centers would increase substantially.

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“Our regional facilities are really our 7-day-a-week operations, have larger pools, weight rooms, fitness facilities community space and gyms.” Dody Erickson with Denver Parks and Rec said.

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Denver Parks and Rec says the change is on par with other cities across the country and it’s expected to generate $900,000 in revenue.

City council still needs to approve a final version of the changes.

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