All Community Members Age 16 and Older Now Eligible for Vaccine Registry  

Key Facts Before You Register: 

  • Appointments are prioritized based on age and risk of serious outcomes from COVID-19. Younger residents may need to wait a few weeks before they get an appointment so that older and medically vulnerable community members can get the vaccine first. 

  • The COVID-19 vaccine is always free of charge at County community vaccine clinics, regardless of health insurance or immigration status.   

  • Eligible residents age 16 or 17 must have a parent or guardian with them at their appointment. 


Where to Get the Vaccine 

COVID-19 vaccines are available by appointment only at three County-operated vaccine clinics:    

  • Cuesta College (Harold J. Miossi Cultural and Performing Arts Center), HWY 1 San Luis Obispo   

  • Paso Robles Event Center at 2198 Riverside Ave, Paso Robles   

  • South County Regional Center at 800 W Branch St, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420   

Get an Appointment 

When should I get my second dose? 

Use our second-dose calculator to get a recommended date for your second dose. The Wednesday before your second dose of vaccine is due, check our website after 9 a.m. or call the Phone Assistance Center at 805-543-2444 to book your second-dose appointment. 

Pharmacies and Healthcare Providers

COVID-19 vaccine is also available to current residents through some local pharmacies and healthcare providers. To schedule an appointment, view the community options below, or use the VaccineFinder tool.   

*Note: Local pharmacies may follow different eligibility guidelines than the County, and may bill your insurance provider or charge a fee to administer the vaccine if you do not have insurancePlease talk with your pharmacy about any vaccine administration fees they may charge, and check to make sure you are eligible under the guidelines they are following. 

Enroll as a Vaccine Provider

The Public Health Department encourages SLO County health care providers and pharmacies to enroll to receive and administer the vaccine to eligible patients. Learn more about how to enroll as a provider of vaccine.