February 28, 2023
Clear Creek County COVID-19 Vaccines and Boosters
Has a walk-in clinic for the Moderna Omicron Booster and other vaccines.
When: Walk-in Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Clear Creek Health & Wellness Center at 1969 Miner Street (2nd Floor), Idaho Springs
Walk-ins welcome! Call 303-670-7528 to make an appointment.
Moderna Bivalent booster for ages 6 months and over.
Other Immunizations Available
Flu, TDAP, HEP A, and more
All childhood immunizations
Walk-ins welcome (no appointment or registration necessary)
What you will need:
You do not need to provide any form of I.D. or insurance information.
If this is your second dose or booster, please bring your vaccine card!
To find other vaccination clinics near you, click here.
If you have any questions, please call their PUBLIC HEALTH COVID INFORMATION LINE at 303-670-7528 for assistance and a member of Clear Creek County's Public Health team will respond as quickly as possible.
Other Local Vaccination Clinics
Safeway: 2425 Miner St, Idaho Springs, CO 80452
Ages 12 and up, Pfizer only.
Gilpin County Public Health
ALISA WITT MPH, MCHES
Public Health Coordinator
15193 Hwy. 119
Black Hawk, CO 80422
Located in the new Human Services Building across the street from the County Transfer Station (dump).
Monday - Thursday
7:30 - 5:30
Services We Provide
Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
- Chronic disease information
- Women and children's resources
- Mental health resources
- Nicotine and tobacco resources
- Radon information
- Well water testing
Public Health Emergency Preparedness
- Flood preparedness
- Wildfire preparedness
- Winter weather preparedness
Marriage Certificates: contact Gilpin County Clerk and Recorder
Birth and Death Certificates: contact Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
The mission of Gilpin County Public Health is to promote, protect, and improve the health and wellbeing of all Gilpin County community members and of the environment in which they live.
Gilpin County Public Health will work in collaboration with fellow public health agencies and organizations across the state of Colorado to provide residents with the best health resources and information available. The goal of Gilpin County Public Health is to help our community achieve the highest possible standard of well being, and we strongly believe that health is a fundamental human right. We serve to promote and protect the quality of life for all Gilpin County residents, and to maintain the environment that we all share.
Water samples are accepted Monday through Wednesday 8:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. Samples will not be run the day before State holidays. Water samples must be tested within 24 hours of collection.