Scott County Public Health provides services to promote healthier living for county residents. Public Health staff includes licensed registered nurses and health educators who provide assessment, teaching, support, and referrals to residents of Scott County.
COVID-19 Vaccination clinic every Wednesday 9am-12pm - Both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are available
Registrations required. See upcoming clinics section below or the calendar for registration information.
See your doctor every year and dentist twice a year to stay at your best
the Scott County Public Health Office has moved
We are located in the Health and Human Services office on the 1st floor at The Scott County Government Center West, 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee
- What to Know
- Free COVID Testing
- Upcoming Clinics
- Booster Shots & Third Doses
- Frequently Asked Questions
Ready for your COVID-19 Vaccine?
Scott County Public Health is here to help you and your loved ones stay protected from COVID-19. Here's what you need to know:
- Ages 5-11: We're only offering the Pfizer vaccines for ages 5-11 in specific clinics. See "Upcoming Clinics" for details.
- Ages 12 and Older: We offer both the Pfizer (for ages 12+) and Moderna vaccines (for ages 18+). If you have a preference, please read each clinic's description carefully while registering to check which vaccine is being administered.
- Boosters: Check our "Booster Shots & Third Doses" tab for information about booster shots.
Additional COVID-19 Information and Resources
- Scott County COVID-19 Hotline: 952-818-3730 (Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm, in English and Spanish)
- Email Us: email@example.com
- Scott County COVID-19 Community Resources & Assistance
- Scott County General Updates & Status of Other County Services
Updated: 1/3/22 at 3:50pm
Free Testing In Shakopee
Feeling sick with symptoms that match COVID-19? A free COVID testing option is now available in Shakopee to all Scott County residents.
Nasal swab test results are available in about 30 minutes, but participants should know the entire appointment will last at least an hour. This is to ensure the test is completed properly.
- When: Every Monday - Thursday, 8:00 - 11:30am (clinic closes at 12:00pm)
The final appointment available is at 11:30am. We cannot take walk-ins after 11:30am due to staff capacity.
- Where: Shakopee Library - 1st Floor Large Meeting Room
- Registration: At this time, pre-registration is recommended but not required. Walk-ins are welcome, but testing slots are limited. Please call the Hotline at 952-818-3730 with questions about availability.
Click here to reserve a testing slot
All Upcoming Clinics (First & Second Doses Welcome)
Appointments are required for vaccination clinics. If you need assistance with registration, call 952-818-3730.
Se requieren citas para las clínicas de vacunación. Para obtener ayuda de registrarse en español, llame 952-818-3730.
Scott County Government Center West (Shakopee)
February 9 - Ages 5-11 only, 2:00-4:00pm
Minnesota families who get their child 5-11 years old fully vaccinated in
January and February can get a $200 Visa Gift Card. Click below for more information.
Kids Deserve a Shot
¡Los niños merecen vacunarse!
Carruurtu waxay u qalmaan fursad!
Other Free Vaccination Options
- MN Vaccine Connector Clinics: Make appointments at the Mall of America and other sites sponsored by the State of Minnesota. Walk-up options also available.
- MN Find a Vaccine Search Tool: Enter your zip code to find a local provider. You may need to call to find out which vaccine is being administered by the provider.
- Hy-Vee Pharmacies: Enter your zip code to see if appointments or walk-up opportunities are available at your local Hy-Vee.
- Walgreens Pharmacies: A Walgreens account may be required.
*Scott County Public Health is following guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) about COVID-19 vaccines, including booster shots and third doses. If you have questions about which option is right for you, check with your medical provider or contact us at 952-818-3730.
Third Doses for Immunocompromised Individuals
A third dose is different from a booster shot. The CDC now recommends that individuals with specific high-risk conditions receive a third full dose of COVID vaccine to maximize protection. See which conditions apply and consult with your provider to see if an additional dose is right for you.
Boosters for General Public
The current vaccines continue to provide highly effective protection against COVID-19, but booster doses will help maximize their effectiveness.
Who can get a booster dose right now? (Updated 12/14/21)
According to MDH, all Minnesotans ages 16 and older can now get a booster shot. The timing depends on the vaccine you initially received:
- Pfizer & Moderna Recipients 18+: You should wait until 6 months after your second shot to get a booster.
- Pfizer Recipients 16+: You should wait until 6 months after your second shot to get a booster. (Note: Since only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for ages 16 & 17, teens must get a Pfizer booster.)
- Johnson & Johnson Recipients 18+: You should wait until 2 months after your initial shot to get a booster.
I heard I can mix-and-match my booster shot. Is this true? (Updated 12/14/21)
Yes, health officials also authorized “mixing and matching” COVID-19 vaccine boosters for adults 18 and older. This means anyone eligible for a booster can get any of the three currently authorized or approved vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson) – regardless of what they received for their primary series. Source: MDH - About COVID-19 Boosters
I received a Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Will you offer J&J boosters?
At this time, we don't plan to offer J&J boosters. Instead, we invite J&J recipients to take a Moderna or Pfizer booster, since mix-and-match options are approved.
Scott County Community Health Resource Guide
Scott County Public Health's Community Health Resource Guide provides information on providers who accept Medical Assistance and offer sliding fees for those who are uninsured or under-insured.