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Preparing for Your Appointment

Before your appointment

For the health and safety of yourself and others, please do not attend your appointment if:

  • You are experiencing any COVID-19-like symptoms, including fever, sore throat or coughing; or
  • You have come into close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual in the last 14 days.  

When to arrive

  • Please arrive as close to your appointment time as possible.
  • You do not need to arrive early - this will only cause you to wait in line longer. If you have an appointment, the City will not run out of vaccine, and you will be vaccinated.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Photo ID, if you have it. This is not required, but recommended.
  • Face mask or covering.
  • Wear short sleeves or a garment with a sleeve that can be rolled up or easily moved in order to administer the vaccine in your upper arm. 

What NOT to bring

  • Pets (unless a service animal).
  • Friends and family. If you do not have childcare or need assistance, you can bring children or someone to provide assistance. Vaccinations will only be given to individuals who have an appointment.
  • Large bag or backpack.
  • No weapons of any kind.

Getting to the Vaccination Site

Lumen Field Event Center

330 S Royal Brougham Way, Seattle, WA 98134
Get Directions via Google Maps*

*PLEASE NOTE: If you are using Apple Maps to navigate to the site, enter "Lumen Field Event Center Parking" into your navigation, NOT the address above. 

Parking

Free parking will be provided at Lumen Field Event Center Parking Garage. The garage is along Royal Brougham Way South and across from T-Mobile Park.

330 S Royal Brougham Way, Seattle, WA 98134
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If your appointment falls on a Mariners' game day, please let the parking attendant know you have a vaccination appointment upon entry so that you can park for free.  

Directions

  • If arriving by vehicle, please park at Lumen Field Event Center Parking Garage, 330 S Royal Brougham Way and follow directional signage to the site.
  • If arriving by public transit or foot, please use the main entrance to the Community Vaccination Site near the intersection of Royal Brougham Way South and Occidental Avenue South.
  • All entrances are ADA accessible, with the main Accessibility/ADA entrance being the one closest to the Lumen Field Event Center Parking Garage.

Vaccination Process at the Lumen Field Event Center

Before You Check In

Upon arrival to the site, all patients and guests will be required to:

1. Confirm Your Appointment
Greeters will be on site to help you confirm your appointment. Only individuals with a vaccination appointment will be able to get a vaccination. There are no leftover doses available to the public, and walk-ins are not permitted at this time.

2. Hand Sanitize and Wear a Face Covering or Mask
If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you.

3. Answer Health Screening Questions
Signs with health screening questions will be posted at all entries and require your quick review. A greeter will be onsite to receive your verbal confirmation that you are not symptomatic or had contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. This is to help ensure the health and safety of patients, guests, volunteers and staff on site. Interpretation services will be available onsite.

4. Go through Security/Bag Check
Bring only essentials to ensure you are not denied entry, and do not bring a large bag or backpack. Food, drink, and weapons are not permitted inside the Lumen Field Event Center. 

Once You're Inside

1. Check-In
Patients will be directed to enter a check-in and vaccination line. If you need mobility and/or language assistance, please enter the line marked Line A. You must wear your mask and social distance throughout your appointment.

You will be asked for your confirmation number, and if you don't remember you confirmation number, you will be asked for your name and date of birth. If you have photo ID, be sure to have it ready to show. However, ID is not required. The name you give needs to match the name scheduled for the appointment.

2. Get Your Vaccination
A vaccine will be administered by one of our health care partners. Please roll up your sleeve on the arm you’d prefer to have the vaccine administered. You will receive a bandage and, if requested, be provided information on the vaccine you’re receiving in your preferred language. You will receive this same information electronically in your appointment confirmation e-mail.

3. Relax in the Observation Area
Take a seat in our observation area and set a timer for 15 minutes. If you’ve ever experienced a severe reaction, please wait 30 minutes. Medical professionals are on-site and available to answer any questions you may have. 

4. Set a Calendar Reminder for Your Second Dose
If this is your first dose, be sure to set a calendar reminder so you do not forget your second dose. The most effective way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to complete the required vaccination doses.

Community Vaccination Hubs

The City of Seattle helps operate a COVID-19 Community Vaccination Hub at North Seattle College in partnership with Seattle Visiting Nurse Association and Seattle Colleges.

This site is currently invite only, and over 50 community-based organizations are currently signing-up immigrant/refugee/BIPOC residents, with a focus on older adults and other vulnerable communities. Additionally, slots become open to eligible residents who have signed up through the City of Seattle vaccine notification list. If you are currently eligible, we encourage you to sign up here.

When you subscribe to this list, we'll notify you when vaccination appointments become available at this site or at any of the City's fixed vaccination sites.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the Customer Service Bureau for additional questions:
(206) 684-2489

The City of Seattle operates a COVID-19 Community Testing and Vaccination Hub in the Rainier Beach neighborhood.

This site is currently invite only, and over 50 community-based organizations are currently signing-up immigrant/refugee/BIPOC residents. Additionally, slots become open to eligible residents who have signed up through the City of Seattle vaccine notification list. If you are currently eligible, we encourage you to sign up here.

When you subscribe to this list, we'll notify you when vaccination appointments become available at this site or at any of the City's fixed vaccination sites.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the Customer Service Bureau for additional questions:
(206) 684-2489

The City of Seattle operates a COVID-19 Community Testing and Vaccination Clinic in the West Seattle neighborhood.

This site is currently invite only, and over 50 community-based organizations are currently signing-up immigrant/refugee/BIPOC residents. Additionally, slots become open to eligible residents who have signed up through the City of Seattle vaccine notification list. If you are currently eligible, we encourage you to sign up here.

The Washington State Department of Health current vaccine eligibility criteria is here.

When you subscribe to this list, we'll notify you when vaccination appointments become available at this site or at any of the City's fixed vaccination sites.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the Customer Service Bureau for additional questions:
(206) 684-2489

Flyers and Posters

If you or community members have an appointment at the Lumen Field Mass Vaccination Site, you can print out these helpful fliers:

Privacy

The City of Seattle may be required to or may voluntarily disclose vaccine-related health information to primary care physicians, insurance entities, health systems and hospitals, and state or federal registries or other public health authorities, for purposes of treatment, payment or health care operations. For more information on how the City of Seattle handles personal information please see our Privacy Statement.