Schedule your appointment online or by phone
Clackamas County is hosting several COVID-19 vaccination clinics throughout the county starting March 24. Vaccination clinics are set at Clackamas Town Center, Clackamas Community College Wilsonville Campus, Clackamas County Fair Grounds, Molalla High School and Sandy High School.
Here is what you need to know and how to get an appointment
- All vaccination clinics are by appointment and only open to Clackamas County residents who are currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
- You can schedule a vaccination appointment online.
- If you do not have access to a computer to schedule your appointment, please call us at 503-655-8224 and we will help you set up an appointment.
- Some vaccination appointments are filling quickly. We will host more vaccination clinics as we obtain more vaccines. We will announce additional vaccination clinics on our website and social media networks once they are scheduled.
At your appointment
- Please bring photo ID.
- Wear your mask and observe physical distancing guidelines.
- Insurance information will be collected at time of appointment. Uninsured will not be turned away. You will not be charged for your vaccine.
- Everyone welcome, regardless of immigration status.
- Your information will be kept confidential.
These local vaccine clinics are for currently eligible Clackamas County residents, which include Phase 1a (groups 1-4) and Phase 1B (groups 1-5, which includes educators and older adults 65+).
On Friday, March 19, Governor Brown announced accelerated vaccination timelines if a county has largely finished vaccinating seniors. 50% of seniors in Clackamas County are vaccinated, therefore Clackamas County will not accelerate COVID-19 vaccine eligibility. We will use this week to give seniors an opportunity to get vaccinated.
Starting Monday, March 29 additional groups will become eligible. We will provide additional local vaccine clinics to start vaccinating these new eligible groups.