Helpful Info and Links for Friends and Family Needing a Vaccination

By Staff Reports

(Victor Valley)– Readers of our County Update know we have tried to keep our residents up-to-date on where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine. We are providing this convenient reference that can be copied and shared with anyone needing help finding where to receive this life saving vaccination.

County-operated stationary sites

The County continues to operate 14 ongoing stationary vaccination clinics that are open (unless noted otherwise below) Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sites accept walk-ins. Anyone can pre-register for their visit by visiting Every clinic offers the Pfizer vaccine (ages 12+ with a parent or guardian present with minors). And beginning this week, the Jessie Turner Community Center in Fontana will be open late until 8 p.m.!

  • Bloomington, Ayala Park Community Center (18313 Valley Blvd.)
  • Fontana, Jessie Turner Health & Fitness Community Center Gym (15556 Summit Ave) *open late from noon to 8 p.m.
  • Hesperia, Hesperia Health Center (16453 Bear Valley Rd.)
    *only open until 5 p.m.
  • Joshua Tree, Joshua Tree Community Center (6171 Sunburst St)
  • Montclair, Montclair Place (5060 E North Montclair Plaza Lane)
  • Ontario, Ontario Convention Center (2000 E. Convention Center Way)
  • Rancho Cucamonga, Inland Empire Health Plan (10801 6th St.)
  • Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga Sports Complex (8303 Rochester Ave.)
  • Rialto, ARMC Family Health Center – Westside Clinic (850 E. Foothill Blvd.)  
    *Drive-in! Wednesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Rialto, Grace Vargas Senior Center (1411 S. Riverside Ave.)
  • San Bernardino, National Orange Show Event Center Dome (467 W Mill Street)
  • San Bernardino, Arroyo Valley High School (1881 West Baseline St.)
  • Victorville, Hook Community Center (14973 Joshua St.)
  • Yucaipa, Yucaipa Senior Center (12202 1st St.)

Hospitals, clinics and pharmacies

There are hundreds of hospitals, health centers, clinics and pharmacies throughout the County offering vaccinations. Individuals can use the County website or go through their physician groups associated with Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Loma Linda University Health, San Antonio Regional Hospital, Mountains Community Hospital, Redlands Community Hospital, Bear Valley Community Healthcare or the San Bernardino Clinics. An appointment is always welcome and encouraged for any vaccination. For hospitals, clinics and County-run sites, use

In addition, Moderna vaccines are being given at the San Bernardino County Health Centers in San Bernardino, Ontario, Hesperia and Adelanto. For clinic locations, visit the County Public Health Clinic website or call 1-800-722-4777.

Finally, there are participating pharmacies administering doses throughout the county, including Albertsons, Costco, Ralphs, Rite-Aid, Sav-On, Vons, Walgreens and Walmart, as well as many independent pharmacies. Individuals should check directly with their preferred, neighborhood pharmacy, or again, check the list at

Special Events and Mobile Pop-ups Vaccine Clinics in our Community

Use our interactive mobile map to find both ongoing stationary vaccine sites and mobile special vaccine events being held throughout the county. Special event vaccine clinics are also listed on our County vaccine page.

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