Frequently Asked Questions

Find information to your questions about the Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership Clinic here 


What does it cost?

Vaccines at the Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership Clinic are free, and insurance is not required, nor billed. 

Who is eligible for a vaccine?

Individuals 18 years or older determined eligible for vaccination by Washington State DOH are eligible to get an appointment.

Where are the Snoqualmie Tribe Ancestral Lands? 

The Snoqualmie People among many others are signatories of the Treaty of Point Elliot of 1855. The treaty ceded tribal lands from many tribes, promised reservation lands, and guaranteed reserved rights including hunting and fishing and the right to live in the places we have done so for thousands of years. These lands covered a large portion of what is now modern day State of Washington. Click here to view a map of the Snoqualmie Tribe’s Ancestral Lands.

I am a Snoqualmie Tribal Member, Snoqualmie Tribal Enterprise Employee, or Snoqualmie Tribal Government employee. How do I get an appointment?  

If you are a Snoqualmie Tribal Member, a Tribal enterprise or government employee, or a household member to someone who is and you are looking for an appointment, please email   

Which vaccine does the Vaccine Partnership offer?

The COVID-19 Moderna Vaccine which is administered through two doses, with the second dose (booster) occurring 28 days after the first dose (prime). Click here to view the COVID-19 Moderna Fact Sheet.

Where is the clinic located? 

The Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership Clinic is located in Lake Sammamish State Park. To view a map, visit our Get Vaccinated page.

How do I volunteer? 

Learn more about volunteer opportunities by visiting our Volunteer page

Who is administering the vaccine?

Trained Eastside Fire & Rescue staff are administering the vaccine at the clinic.

What should I bring to my appointment?

No paperwork is needed, but don’t forget to wear a mask! If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you. Individuals should ensure that they are wearing short sleeves or have the ability to present a bare arm without exiting their vehicle.

Are walk-ups allowed?

The Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership mass vaccination site at Lake Sammamish State Park is a drive through, vehicular only site. Pedestrians, bicyclists, or other forms on non-motorized transportation will not be allowed entry.

Will I have to get out of my vehicle?

No. The site is designed to ensure that all patients remain in their vehicles at all time as they move through from the entrance, to the health screening tent, to receive their vaccine, and finally to a ferry style observation lane. Individuals should ensure that they are wearing short sleeves or have the ability to present a bare arm without exiting their vehicle.

Will I need a Discovery Pass to enter the State Park?

No.  You will not need to purchase or present a Discovery Pass to enter Lake Sammamish State Park for your vaccine appointment if you exit the park upon completion of your observation window. However, if you are planning to remain in the park for additional recreational activities then you must have a valid Discovery Pass. The park is equipped with an automated pay station for visitors to purchase a one-day or annual Discover Pass. Click here to learn more about the Discovery Pass. 

I received my first dose at the Clinic when it was located on the Snoqualmie Reservation. Where do I go for my booster dose? 

If you received your first dose at the Tribal Clinic operating on the Snoqualmie Reservation, you will return to that same location at the Snoqualmie Casino for your booster shot. 

Other Questions?

If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please email