COVID-19 Vaccination Walk In Hours

Operating Hours: Monday: 8:30am-6:00pm | Tuesday-Friday: 8:30am-3:45pm

Vaccine offered: Moderna*, Pfizer**, J&J, Novavax

*We offer the Moderna vaccine for children 6 months to 5 years 

**We offer the Pfizer vaccine for children 5 years and older

Location: Sangamon County Department of Public Health, 2833 South Grand Ave. East, Springfield, IL 62703

Phone: 217-321-2606  |  Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm CST



Call 217-535-3102 to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination. Appointments will be scheduled on Thursday of every week for the Menard County Clinic.

Vaccine offered: JYNNEOS

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News & Announcements


Sangamon County Animal Control and Adoption Center Volunteer Application

The Sangamon County Animal Control and Adoption Center (SCACAC) is excited to announce the return of volunteers to the facility. Interested community members are encouraged to submit an application, which can be found at or by contacting SCACAC. In addition to the application, prospective volunteers will be asked to complete an interview with facility leadership,…
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Attention WIC Families

Illinois WIC has expanded what sizes and types of formula you can buy with your WIC benefits during the current infant feeding crisis.Find information at
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Sangamon County Department of Public Health

Free Naloxone Kits

Anyone that has an opioid use disorder, misuses prescription opiates, takes high doses of opioids prescribed for pain relief, or uses heroin is at risk for an opioid overdose. Care givers, family, friends, and community members can help prevent overdoses by carrying naloxone. To find out how to get a free kit, please call (217)…
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Opening the fruits and vegetables you canned last summer? If you have any doubt about the safety of a home-canned food, throw it out! Don’t eat canned foods that have a leaky, bulging, or damaged container. Learn more:
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The spring season can bring heavy rains that can cause dangerous flooding. Be aware of changing conditions by following local news and social media, or sign up for weather alerts. Never drive on flooded roads. Turn Around, Don't Drown!