“Pop-Up” Vaccination Sites
June 15, 2021
Get vaccinated in your bathing suit at Hollywood Broadwalk Charnow Park Friday, June 18 through Saturday, June 19; 10AM – 6PM. No appointment required! No insurance necessary!
There are currently 12 fixed vaccination site locations in Broward County. Nine of the sites are operated by the Department of Health - Broward; three are operated by Florida Division of Emergency Management (FD-EM).
Upcoming schedule updates:
• FDEM has announced that effective June 18, 2021, their two vaccination sites at Broward College North Campus (Coconut Creek) and Vizcaya Park (Miramar) will close. Until then, they will dispense second dose shots only of Pfizer (Vizcaya) or Moderna (Broward College) and shots of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine (both locations) from 9AM - 5PM, seven days a week.
• The Department of Health - Broward has announced that Tree Tops Park site in Davie will close on June 17, 2021, the sites at Snyder Park in Fort Lauderdale will close on June 18, 2021, and the site at Pompano Beach CitiCentre will close on June 30, 2021.
Two Hollywood Locations Included In 21 New Pop-Up Vaccination Sites
“Pop-Up” vaccination sites began in June offering the Pfizer vaccine to residents ages 12 and older. No appointment required and no insurance is necessary. DOH-Broward pop-up sites offer $10 grocery gift certificates redeemable at local supermarkets for all individuals receiving first doses.
Hollywood Broadwalk Charnow Park Friday, June 18 through Saturday, June 19; 10AM – 6PM
Wednesday, June 30 through August 11; 10AM - 5PM
Dania Beach City Hall
Monday, June 28; 1PM-6PM
Lauderhill Bus Terminal
Wednesday, June 23; 10AM - 7PM, Thursday, June 24, Friday, June 25 and Saturday, June 26; 2:30PM - 7PM
Miramar City Hall
Saturday, June 12 and Friday, June 18; 10AM - 2PM, Saturday, June 26; 6PM - 10PM
Island Hopping at Shirley Branca Park Saturday, June 19; 6PM-10PM
Saturday, June 12; 1PM-5PM
For more information on these or additional site locations, please visit the DOH-Broward website, https://www.broward.org/CoronaVirus
Broward County COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program
The Broward County Com-mission is working with community partners to launch an Emergency Rental Assistance program for residents who have been impacted by COVID-19 and meet certain income requirements.
The Broward County Com-mission has received approximately $53 million in funding from the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ER-AP), in an initiative that enables local governments to allocate emergency funding to residents who are suffering financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are behind on your rent or utilities, or unable to pay your current rent, the ERAP can help. Even if you applied for and were denied under previous COVID-19 rental assistance programs, apply again! This is a new program with an easier application process and requirements for applicants and landlords.
To apply, or for additional information, please visit the Broward County website, www.broward.org/rentAssistance/Pages/default.aspx Once there, be sure to click on the plus sign next to "COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance" to see complete program details.