The Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership drive-through vaccination site, located at Lake Sammamish State Park, is made possible through a partnership with the Snoqualmie Tribe, Eastside Fire & Rescue, and the cities of Issaquah and Sammamish.
The site will operate on Monday – Friday, and the vaccine will be administered by trained Eastside Fire and Rescue staff.
The Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership offers the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine and will be available to individuals currently eligible to receive the vaccine per the State of WA COVID-19 Phases.
Individuals 18 years or older determined eligible for vaccination by Washington State DOH may get an appointment
The Clinic operates Monday through Friday, dependent on vaccine availability.
Want to know more about the COVID-19 Moderna vaccine? Click here to visit our COVID-19 Information Page.
The Clinic is the result of a partnership between the Snoqualmie Tribe, Eastside Fire & Rescue, and the cities of Issaquah and Sammamish. Click here to read more about the partners.
Vaccines are free at the Partnership Clinic. No insurance is required or billed.
The Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership Clinic is located in Lake Sammamish State Park. Please use the Lake Sammamish Park main entrance to access the vaccine site.
Vaccines at the Clinic are being administered by trained Eastside Fire & Rescue staff.
What to Expect:
Vaccines will be available to individuals with an appointment only. This location is a drive-through vaccination site and clients will be expected to remain in their vehicles at all times.
Upon arriving at Lake Sammamish State Park at your scheduled appointment time, follow the directional signage until you reach the greeter tent where you will be checked in. You will then be directed to proceed to a screening lane where a medically trained professional will review your health screening questions and answer any questions you may have. You will then proceed to the vaccination tent to receive your COVID-19 vaccination. Lastly, you will be directed to an observation lane to be observed for the required 15-minute period before exiting.
- Upon arriving at Lake Sammamish State Park at your scheduled appointment time, follow the directional signage until you reach the greeter tent where you will be checked in.
- You will then be directed to proceed to a screening lane where a medically trained professional will review your health screening questions and answer any questions you may have.
- You will then proceed to the vaccination tent to receive your COVID-19 vaccination. Eastside Fire & Rescue staff administer the vaccine while you remain in your vehicle.
- You will wait either 15 or 30 minutes for observation following the vaccine.
- Exit, and return 28 days later for your booster shot
Each vaccine appointment is for one (1) person
The vaccines at the Snoqualmie Tribal Vaccine Partnership Clinic are free. No insurance is required or billed.
You will need to return for your second shot, 28 days after your first one. Consider this when scheduling your first shot
If you arrive late, your appointment may be given to someone else
- To safely receive the vaccine, you must be 14 days symptom-free post a COVID-19 infection. This condition must be met to qualify for the vaccine.
- Please note before you book an appointment that having received any time of vaccine within the past 14 days will disqualify you from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
- You must be 18 years of age or older to receive the vaccine.
- You are not eligible to receive the vaccine (prime or booster) if you have had either an immediate allergic reaction (such as hives or respiratory distress) or a severe allergic reaction (anaphalaxis) to a prior COVID-19 vaccine.
Click here read these acknowledgements before your appointment.
Moderna Vaccine Fact Sheet
Click here to read the Moderna Fact Sheet before your appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions:
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.