City of Irvine Offers Weekly Vaccination Appointments at City Facilities

Vaccinations at two sites will be available by appointment for those 16 and older.

IRVINE- The City of Irvine is expanding its partnership with testing provider Covid Clinic. Vaccinations are now available at existing Covid Clinic sites at the Irvine Civic Center and Great Park. All three vaccines for COVID-19 will be offered for patents 16 and older. Vaccines for younger children will be available in the future. Vaccine appointments for first dose, second dose, and booster shots are available at, and the vaccine type can be selected during registration. Vaccine appointments will be available during the following times:

  • Great Park Lot 2: Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Civic Center Piazza: Fridays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

“With booster shots now available for all adults, we are pleased to bring vaccination options to our park sites,” said Mayor Farrah N. Khan. “This is a convenient option for those in our community looking to protect themselves and their loved ones from the spread of COVID-19 in our community.”

Preregistration online at is required to select the vaccination type and provide health screening information through the California Department of Public Health My Turn website. Once a patient has registered, they can walk up to the selected site during vaccination hours instead of waiting for their appointment time.

In addition to vaccinations, testing will continue to be available. Covid Clinic testing sites have been available since August at Irvine Civic Center, Las Lomas Community Center, Quail Hill Community Park, Great Park, and Trabuco Center. Testing is free when medically necessary, and rapid testing is offered for a fee. Service hours and appointments for vaccinations and testing are available at