COVID-19 INFORMATION & RESOURCES

Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership to Supply Vaccines for Eligible Eastside Residents Living on Snoqualmie Tribal Ancestral Lands

The cities of Issaquah and Sammamish with Eastside Fire & Rescue have been working together for the past few months to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to East King County residents. Now, the establishment of the first community-based mass vaccination site on the Eastside is made possible through a partnership with the Snoqualmie Tribe. As a sovereign nation, the Snoqualmie Tribe is providing the vaccine necessary to turn the planned the mass vaccination site at Lake Sammamish State Park into a reality. The mass vaccination site will be named the Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership and will open on April 12, 2021. 

The mass vaccination site will be administered by Eastside Fire & Rescue personnel and trained volunteers and will follow all COVID-19 guidelines and protocols. The site is designed to accommodate two rows of cars with the potential of vaccinating up to 300 persons a day, depending on vaccine supply. There will be no walk-up or waitlists available at the site. More information, including appointments, eligibility, and how to volunteer is available at: snoqualmievaccine.snoqualmietribeweb.us.

Vaccine Partnership

These are unprecedented times, we at Eastside Fire & Rescue are doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our community and our employees. To adhere to Public Health recommendations, EF&R will be suspending public education events, CPR/First Aid classes, station tours, and the use of public meeting rooms for the remainder of the year.   While closed to the public, EF&R team members will still be available to serve your non-emergent needs, simply contact pio@esf-r.org..

We thank you for your patience and understanding, as well as the role you play in helping keep our community safe, healthy, and strong. We encourage you to stay informed as information is changing frequently. Check and subscribe to King County Public Health’s website or the Public Health Insider blog.

Important: Testing availability in King County has increased. 

Anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms should get tested right away.