Vaccine Clinics

The schedules for regular COVID-19 vaccine clinics are below.

COVID-19 Vaccine is Free. No ID is required. No insurance is required.


General Information
Regular weekly clinic schedule
Pop-up & Mobile clinic schedule
Information for minors and their legal guardians/caregivers
Third doses for people with immunocompromise
Vaccination Dashboard
Staff and volunteer training for vaccine clinics
Trust the Facts. Get the Vax
Clinic Photos

General Information

Which vaccines?

Northampton currently has four regular clinic times at three locations offering Pfizer vaccine, Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine, and second or third doses of Moderna vaccine. Outdoor clinics are walk-up or pre-register an appointment. Indoor clinics at the Municipal Building are by appointment to maintain social distancing. Vaccine appointments and walk-in hours are open to all Massachusetts residents who are eligible to receive the vaccine.  We are no longer administering vaccine at the Northampton Senior Center. 

Third doses for certain individuals with immune system compromise

We do offer third doses for immune compromised individuals who received two doses of a Pfizer-BioNTech or  Moderna (mRNA vaccine) series.  Tuesdays from 10am-1pm we offer indoor appointments for third doses only for individuals with immune compromise. Otherwise everyone 12+ is welcome at any of our outdoor locations where social distancing is easy or at other indoor clinics where we will be immunizing others who may be unimmunized or only partially immunized. 

Who can be vaccinated?

All Massachuetts residents ages 12 years old and older are now eligible. Please note, the only vaccine approved starting as young as age 12 is Pfizer-BioNTech; theModerna and Johnson & Johnson Janssen are approved for age 18+.


  • Currently "boosters" are not approved. Individuals with an immunocompromising condition may be eligible for a third dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. There is no currently approved additional dose for individuals who received Janssen Johnson&Johnsonvaccine. 
  • We are not yet offering "booster" doses or third doses for individuals who do not meet the above criteria. We do not yet have a date when we will start these doses. We will await guidance from the CDC and Massachusetts Department of Public Health; this is likely to become available in later September 2021. Once available, we will post information here on this page

If you have any difficulty finding a first (or second Pfizer) dose of COVID vaccine or making an appointment after looking at this page, please call the vaccine line at 413-587-1219 or send email here.

What to expect at the clinic?

Here is a nice CDC video about what to expect when you get the COVID vaccine.

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September 2021 vaccine clinic schedule every week (see below for other pop-up locations)

LocationDay/TimeAvailable Vaccines and 
Link to pre-register for an appointment
Pulaski Park
240 Main Street, Northampton MA 01060

Note: Severe weather backup location is Municipal Building 212 Main Street (directly behind city hall), City Council Chambers)

Wednesdays 9am until 12pm
City Council Chambers 
Municipal Building
212 Main Street, Northampton MA 01060
Building is directly behind City Hall, same level as City Hall parking lot.

Tuesdays 10am-12pm
Thursdays 10am until 1pm

Northampton High School
Tent in front of building
380 Elm Street, Northampton MA 01060

Note: Severe weather backup location is Municipal Building 212 Main Street (directly behind city hall), City Council Chambers)

Thursdays 4pm until 6:30pm
Other locations (see Pop Up & Mobile Clinics below)varying times/days see belowContact Public Health Nurse Kate Kelly for more details.

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Pop-up & Mobile clinic schedule (updated as clinics are added)

LocationDay/TimeAvailable Vaccines
Gateway Regional SchoolWednesday Sept 29

or pre-register to save time here:
Hampshire Regional School
*Open House* 
Thursday Sept 30

or pre-register to save time here:

Hadley Senior Center/Council on Aging
46 Middle Street
Hadley, MA
Tuesday, October 5

or pre-register to save time here:

Cancellation note: The Northampton Public Schools open houses have moved to virtual/online so we will not be attending those as previously posted here.

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Vaccine information for people with immunocompromise:

If you are a person with immune compromise looking for a third dose of vaccine please read:

  • For best social distancing we encourage immune compromised individuals to come to the outdoor clinics or the appointments we have set aside on Tuesdays 10am-1pm at the City Council Chambers at the Municipal Building in Northampton for people with immune compromise (more times will be added soon)
  • Third doses are available  for people who have received two doses of an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) with the second dose at least 28 days ago. 
  • Individuals meeting the criteria for a third dose at our site have the conditions or treatments including but not limited to:
    • Active treatment for solid tumor and hematologic malignancies
    • Receipt of solid organ transplant and taking immunosuppressive therapy
    • Receipt of CAR-T-cell or hematopoietic stem cell transplant (within 2 years of transplantation or taking immunosuppression therapy)
    • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (e.g. DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)
    • Advanced or untreated HIV infection
    • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids (i.e. equal to or greater than 20mg or equivalent per day), alkylating agents, antimetabolites, transplant-related immunosuppressive drugs, cancer chemotherapeutic agents classified as severely immunosuppressive, tumor-necrosis (TNF) factor blockers, and other biologic agents that are immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory

Pop Up & Mobile Clinics - More Details

Pulaski Park -- 240 Main Street Northampton MA 

  • Weekly in July on Wednesday mornings 9am-12pm, look for Northampton Health Department table
  • Severe weather backup location is inside Memorial Hal 240 Main Street, large foyer, next door to Pulaski Park (accessible parking and entrance on left side of building)
  • August dates to be determined based on need
  • Occasional Friday afternoon/evening availability. 
  • Walk-up or by appointment
  • Open to public!

Municipal Building (right behind City Hall) -- 212 Main Street Northampton, MA 

  • Weekly in July on Thursdays 10am-1pm, inside the City Council Chambers (meeting room)
  • Walk-up or by appointment
  • Open to public!

Northampton High School, white tent out front -- 380 Elm St Northampton, MA 

  • August on Thursday afternoons 3pm-6pm look for large white tent and Northampton Health Department table
  • September on Thursday afternoons 4pm-6:30pmlook for large white tent and Northampton Health Department table
  • Severe weather backup location is inside Memorial Hall 240 Main Street, large foyer, next door to Pulaski Park (accessible parking and entrance on left side of building)
  • Walk-up or by appointment
  • Open to public!

Past Pop-Up Clinics

If you missed us at one of these pop up clinics and still need vaccine please see upcoming clinics (above) or call and leave a message at 413-587-1219. Future dates and locations are based on need and requests.  

  • Northampton Survival Center, Northampton
  • Stanton Hall, Huntington 
  • Hampshire Heights - Northampton Housing Authority, Northampton
  • Florence Heights - Northampton Housing Authority, Northampton
  • CocaCola of North America, Northampton
  • Nueva Esperanza, Holyoke
  • Chesterfield General Store
  • Big E's Supermarket, Easthampton
  • Easthampton Community Center, Easthampton
  • Arts Council Transperformance, Look Park, Northampton

The vaccine information phone line is 413-587-1219. 

Leave a message and someone from the Northampton Health Department will call you back shortly. 

Important information for minors and their legal guardians/parents/caregivers 

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID19 vaccine is approved as young as age 12. We would prefer that minors are accompanied by their legal guardian for the vaccination appointment in case of any side effects. However if a minor will be coming to the clinic alone they need to have a legal guardian make their appointment online and complete the electronic attestation and consent process. If a minor is coming alone AND the guardian is unable to complete the online scheduling and consent, please bring a signed copy of the CDC pre-vaccination screening checklist and a consent form signed by their guardian. 

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Notes about second and third doses

  • You may make an appointment with us for your second dose even if you did not receive your first dose through the Health Dept. (See availability above in General Information)
  • If your received your first dose of Pfizer vaccine at a Health Department clinic at the Senior Center or at another local pop-up clinic, you can schedule your second dose via the text or email your received at the time of your vaccination. 
  • If you received your dose at at pop-up clinic we will typically return to that same location for your second dose. If you are unsure or have questions please call 413-587-1219 or email

Scroll down for press releases, vaccination dashboard, staff/volunteer trainings, Trust the Facts get the Vax and photos from our clinics.

Staff and Volunteer Training

Other Vaccine Locations

Trust the Facts. Get the Vax


Please show your support in the community by sharing that you got your first shot, encouraging your patients, clients, friends, family, and neighbors to sign up for their vaccination when eligible!

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