Saturday service will continue through April beginning April 10.  One shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine being offered. 

Now the Armory vaccination facility in Wyandotte County will be open on Saturdays in April, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone who lives in Wyandotte County and is age 18 years or older can make an appointment or walk in to get their vaccination on April 10, April 17 or April 24.

Note – these Saturday hours are at the Armory location ONLY!

Even better news – patients getting vaccinated at the Saturday clinics will receive the one-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 – meaning one shot and you’re done – no second shot is required with this vaccine.

How to Schedule a Vaccine Appointment Online

  1. Go to, and click on the blue button that says, “Click here to schedule an appointment online.”
  2. Fill out pertinent contact information.
  3. Select a preferred vaccination site. A calendar will then be displayed with available dates.
  4. Select a date to see available appointment times, then click the time you would like to schedule.
  5. Once the vaccination appointment is scheduled, the application shows a confirmation, along with any additional instructions.
  6. When coming in for your appointment, you will be asked to show proof of that you live in Wyandotte County, such as a piece of mail addressed to you, drivers’ license, or similar.

Please note that when users book an appointment using the Self-Scheduling Tool, that means they will be vaccinated within the hour of their appointment time. For example, if a user selects “10 a.m.” as their appointment time, they will be vaccinated between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. on their selected date.

How to Schedule a Vaccine Appointment by Phone

Wyandotte County residents who don’t have an internet connection can call 3-1-1 (913-573-5311) for assistance in scheduling their vaccination appointment time and date.

Vaccinations Also Available Without an Appointment

Wyandotte County residents 16 years of age and older can also get vaccinated without an appointment at any of the UGPHD’s three vaccination facilities.

Please note: While walk-in patients are welcomed at any of the sites, walk-in patients will not be accepted after 2:30 p.m.

All Wyandotte County residents who want a vaccination (whether by appointment or walk-in) must bring proof of residence with them, such as a piece of mail, drivers’ license, or similar.

Monday Vaccination Hours Will Be Reduced

In order to accommodate the new Saturday vaccinations, the UGPHD will be scaling back hours at its vaccination facilities on these upcoming Mondays:

  • The Armory site will be closed on Monday, April 12
  • The Kmart site will be closed on Monday, April 19th
  • The Best Buy site will be closed on Monday, April 26

For more information visit or call 3-1-1.

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