**Drive Thru/Walk Up Vaccine Clinic 12 years and Older
Saturday June 19, 2021 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.**
The Ashtabula City Health Dept. will host a drive-thru & walk up COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on Bridge St. near Farmhouse Vintage (1463 Bridge St.) for ages 12 and older.
(Moderna, Pfizer and J & J Available)
The event is free and participants can walk up or remain in their vehicles. No appointment is necessary. Those vaccinated on Saturday will be entered into a drawing to win Bridge St. Bucks!
For the most current information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and eligibility, visit the
Local Vaccination Information
Ashtabula City Health Department
The Ashtabula City Health Department will register individuals on the Ohio Department of Health Vaccine Management Solutions system (VMS). Clinics administered by the City Health Department take place at Kent State at Ashtabula, AACS Elementary Campus - Superior Intermediate Building and at the Municipal Building on Main Avenue.
Visit https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/ to check your eligibility, availability of the vaccine and to schedule your appointment. The Health Department will add clinics as soon as vaccine is available. If you don’t see a clinic appointment available, please check back frequently. Clinics will be added as soon as vaccine is available.
Schedule Your Vaccine With The Ashtabula City Health Department Using VMS
Select your language (default set is English)
Click eligibility and book my appointment
Answer the COIVD-19 vaccination questionnaire
If you are not eligible, you will be prompted to sign up for a notification when you become eligible
If you are eligible, you will be directed to a page that allows you to search for a vaccine location near you
Enter 44004 in the search bar to find the Ashtabula City Health Department clinics which are held at Kent State Ashtabula, Superior Intermediate or City Hall on Main Avenue. Providers with other clinics in the area with available appointments will also be listed.
Clinics will be added as soon as vaccine is available. If you don’t see a clinic appointment available, please check back frequently.
The COVID-19 Vaccine hotline, (440) 992-7188, will still be monitored by employees from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and residents can call with questions concerning the vaccine. The hotline will be utilized to assist residents who are unable to access the online registration system as well.
Providers in the City of Ashtabula
In addition to the Ashtabula City Health Department, the following agencies within the City of Ashtabula are able to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Registration for the COVID-19 vaccine administered by Ashtabula County Medical Center can be made by calling 440-994-2675. Appointments will be scheduled in the order that calls were received and in accordance with the State of Ohio designated age groups.
Vaccine administration provided by Rite-Aid can be found by visiting their vaccine website.
Vaccine administration provided by Walgreen's can be found by visiting their website.
Providers can be added at any time. For a complete list of all providers in Ashtabula County, please visit the ODH Vaccine Provider Website.
Providers Outside of the City of Ashtabula
The Ashtabula County Health Department is hosting clinics on a first come, first serve bases with times of availability based on your last name. Please visit their website for information on their clinics.
Individuals can visit the Conneaut City Health Department website to sign up for the COVID-19 Vaccine. Based on the age group criteria, the Conneaut City HD will call registrants and schedule an appointment. If residents are not able to register online, they can call the Conneaut Health Department at (440) 593-3087.
There are several other providers within Ashtabula County. For a complete list of all providers in Ashtabula County, please visit the ODH Vaccine Provider Website.
Since it will take some time to vaccinate all our communities against COVID-19, practicing social distancing, wearing a mask, practicing good hygiene, and avoiding gatherings to slow the spread are still important guidelines to follow to protect you, your loved ones, and your community. Please continue to do your part so that our caregivers can focus on vaccinations rather than positive patients.
Ohio’s COVID-19 Vaccine Town Halls Inform and Address Health Inequities
The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) will launch a series of COVID-19 Vaccine Town Halls for several specific communities to ensure all Ohioans have access to information needed to make informed decisions about COVID-19 vaccines.
The Town Halls are designed to separate fact from fiction about the COVID-19 vaccines. Although each town hall is targeted to specific populations, they are open to anyone. Each event will feature panelists including medical experts, faith leaders, public health professionals, and community leaders from the target population represented on that Town Hall. You can watch these townhalls on ODH’s Facebook and YouTube channels and at coronavirus.ohio.gov/townhall