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Vaccination Sites

In Denver

COVID-19 vaccinations are free, and no appointment is needed.

Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver, CO, 80204
Hours: Monday through Friday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Website: English y español


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.

At the end of June, the Denver community vaccination sites at Barnum Rec Center, Martin Luther King, Jr. Rec Center, Swansea Rec Center and John F. Kennedy High School will end delivery of the COVID-19 vaccines. Throughout June, walk-ins for vaccines are welcome. Note that individuals receiving their first vaccine dose after the final first dose delivery days listed below, must get their second vaccine dose at an alternative vaccine location like Safeway and other healthcare providers.

Northeast Denver: Effective immediately, the Denver community site at Montbello High School will be closing. Testing at that location will continue. Individuals scheduled to receive their second dose at Montbello High School will receive an email to inform them that CovidCheck Colorado will be calling to reschedule their appointment.

 

West Denver: Barnum Rec Center

Pfizer

  • Final 1st dose delivery day: Sunday, June 6th
  • Final 2nd dose delivery day: Sunday, June 27th

Moderna

  • Final 1st dose delivery day: Tuesday, June 2nd
  • Final 2nd dose delivery day: Tuesday, June 30th

Download Flier in English y español(PDF, 2MB)

Southwest Denver: JFK High School

Moderna

  • Last 1st dose: Wednesday, June 2nd
  • Last 2nd dose: Wednesday, June 30th 

Download Flier in English y español(PDF, 2MB)

Northeast Denver: Martin Luther King, Jr. Rec Center 

Pfizer

  • Final 1st dose delivery day: Saturday, June 5th
  • Final 2nd dose delivery day: Saturday, June 26th

Moderna

  • Final 1st dose delivery day: Tuesday, June 1st
  • Final 2nd dose delivery day: Tuesday, June 29th

Download Flier in English y español(PDF, 3MB)

Northeast Denver: Swansea Rec Center 

Pfizer

  • Final 1st dose delivery day: Monday, June 7th
  • Final 2nd dose delivery day: Monday, June 28th

Download Flier in English y español(PDF, 3MB)

Sites will be closed May 8–9 and May 29–31.  

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At Home

If you are required to stay at home for health and safety reasons, we can bring your vaccine to you!

Sign up by calling Denver Department of Public Health and Environment at 720- 865-3005 and press Option 6 for at-home vaccination. This service is available in English and Spanish, as well as other languages through a phone interpreter.

Please note: This service is available for individuals who are required to stay at home for health and safety reasons, as well as one primary caregiver at the same address. The primary caregiver does not need to present any credentials or certification.

Download fliers with details on at-home vaccination in English(PDF, 65KB) y en español(PDF, 66KB).

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.