This page contains information about regular vaccinations. For information about the COVID-19 vaccine, click here.
Immunization Operations Program
Boulder County Public Health’s Immunization Program is currently providing immunizations for infants, toddlers, and children by appointment only.*
Due to COVID-19, we are not able to accept walk-ins at this time. There is no staff available to make appointments in person.
Please contact the Immunization Program at:
303-413-7799 or PHIMM@bouldercounty.org
About the Immunization Program
The Boulder County Public Health Immunization Program provides education about childhood and adult vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases to community members, healthcare providers, schools and daycare facilities to improve immunization rates and health equity across the lifespan. Routinely recommended vaccines for both children and adults are available at our clinics and community events, as well as during outbreaks and epidemics.
Boulder County Immunization Clinics
Immunization clinics are held weekly in Longmont and Boulder for clients under 19 who:
- Have Medicaid
- Don’t have health insurance, or
- Have insurance that does not cover vaccinations
Some adult vaccinations are available for a fee.
Sign up for a regular pediatric or adult vaccination. We are now offering COVID-19 vaccines to children and teens aged 12 to 18, by appointment only.
Hours & Locations
- During flu season, children 6 months through 18 years who do not have insurance can be immunized against the flu for $21.50.
- Please call ahead to make sure that flu vaccine or intranasal flu spray is available.
- Find an immunization clinic near you.
- Find out more about flu vaccine options.
Boulder County Public Health does not offer travel immunizations. Please see our list of local providers who offer travel vaccines.
Vaccines for Children Program
The Boulder County Immunization Program provides routinely recommended immunizations for children birth through 18 years of age.
Immunizations are available for children 0-18 years of age through the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program, a program that provides immunizations at no cost to eligible children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because of financial limitations.
A child is eligible for the VFC Program if they are younger than 19 years of age AND meet one of the following criteria:
- Underinsured (has health insurance, but vaccines aren’t covered or only certain vaccines are covered)
- American Indian or Alaska Native
Cost: vaccines through VFC are provided to parents/guardians with no out-of-pocket expense. An administration fee of $21.50 is charged for each separate vaccine given; however, children will not be denied services for an inability to pay this associated fee. Fees can be paid with a credit card, cash or check. A processing fee will be added to all credit card charges.
Note: our program cannot accept Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) or private insurance.
The Boulder County Immunization Program provides routinely recommended immunizations for adults 19 years and older through the Section 317 Immunization Program. Adults are 317 eligible if they are uninsured or underinsured (no coverage for vaccines or coverage for only some vaccines).
- Our program cannot accept adult Medicaid or private insurance.
- Some adult vaccines are available for a fee. See the price list for adults.
- Fees can be paid with a credit card, cash or check. A processing fee will be added to all credit card charges.
The program can serve individuals with:
The program cannot accept the following:
- Private insurance
- Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)
- Medicaid for adults, 19 years and older
Some adult vaccines can be purchased through our program.
Fees can be paid with a credit card, cash and check. A processing fee will be added to all credit card charges.