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Vaccination Sites

In Denver

Denver is supporting community sites that all residents are welcome to walk, bike, drive or take transit to. You are not required to show identification, proof of residency, or proof of insurance to receive a vaccine at these Denver locations. When you arrive at your appointment, staff will ask about ID and insurance for administrative records, but you are not required to provide this information. Call 720-865-3005 for more site information.

Boys & Girls Club Vaccination Events

The City and County of Denver is partnering with the Boys & Girls Clubs to offer free vaccines. The following locations are offering walk-in vaccine opportunities:

  • Johnson Boys & Girls Club - 3325 West 16th Dr. - Thursday, July 29, 3-6 pm

Montbello Barber Shop:

  • Thursday, July 29, 3pm-7pm
  • 4848 Chambers Rd., Denver
  • Vaccine type: First or second dose of Pfizer; J&J offered
  • No appointment necessary, open to the public

Colorado Health Network

• Friday, July 30, 11am-2pm
• 6260 E Colfax Ave.
• Vaccine type: First or second dose of Moderna; J&J will also be offered
• No appointment necessary, open to the public

Providers

Find providers and appointments near you with these online vaccine appointment search tools:
Colorado COVID-19 Vaccination Spotter
Vaccine Finder.org

The rate at which hospitals are able to vaccinate depends on the federal supply of vaccine. Qualified Denver residents are encouraged to contact any of the healthcare providers or pharmacies below to either schedule an appointment or be added to a waitlist.

Whenever possible, please use online tools, and keep phone lines accessible for those without internet access.

We have found the following options that offer simple second dose scheduling: 

Need a ride?

  • Mile High United Way and Lyft Relief Rides have partnered to help Denver residents with non-emergency transportation to vaccine appointments. Residents with barriers to transportation can request free Lyft rides by contacting Mile High United Way’s 2-1-1 service. 2-1-1 is a free, multilingual, and confidential service that connects individuals with community resources and information. Learn more about 2-1-1
  • Colorado Carshare offers its members free use of their vehicles for vaccine appointments. Carshare locations can be found on this map. Residents must be a Colorado Carshare member to reserve a vehicle, but will be given a credit of up to $25 on their account with proof of a vaccine appointment upon booking.