Vaccine Information

Local Vaccination Updates

Find a Vaccination Site

  • Princeton University/Jadwin Gym is offering a series of vaccination clinics for the public in May and June for the Pfizer vaccine, suitable for ages 12 and up. Registration for the first and second doses is available via the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System. Walk-ins are allowed also.
  • For information and locations for weekly pop up vaccine clinics offering the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines in Princeton provided by the Princeton Health Department, please contact Gwendolyn Krol, Vulnerable Population Outreach Coordinator at gkrol@princetonnj.gov or call 609-497-7608 ext. 1478.
  • For individuals who are unable to leave their homes due to illness, injury or other related mobility issues, please contact Gwendolyn Krol, Vulnerable Population Outreach Coordinator at gkrol@princetonnj.gov or call 609-497-7608 ext. 1478.
  • Princeton Patch regularly announces times and locations for the pop up vaccination clinics in and around Princeton.
  • Vaccine Appointment Finder (NJ COVID-19 Information Hub)
    • Type in zip code 08540 and radius 25 miles to find nearby locations with available appointments or those that allow walk-ins.
    • Includes local sites such as Princeton University/Jadwin Gym, CVS, Walgreens, Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center, Mercer County Ice Rink, and Capital Health in Hopewell.
    • Make an appointment online or by phone.
    • Lists which vaccine is being offered.
  • Vaccine Finder (CDC)
    • Search by location and vaccine brand
    • Type in zip code 08540 and radius 10 miles to find nearby locations with available appointments or those that allow walk-ins.
    • Includes local sites such as Sante Pharmacy, CVS, Wegmans, ShopRite, Costco, Walgreens, and many other local pharmacies.
    • Make an appointment online or by phone.
    • Lists which vaccine is being offered.
  • Mercer County COVID-19 Vaccination Information
    • Lists pop up appointment sites, updated regularly.
    • Includes the hours of operation for New Jersey mega-sites, now offering walk-in appointments. Mega-sites are starting to close. Please contact them for current operating hours before making the trip.
  • If you need access to a computer to schedule an appointment, you can visit the Princeton Public Library during operating hours.
  • Princeton Human Services can assist with technological issues in Spanish or English at humanservices@princetonnj.gov or 609-688-2055.

Transportation

  • NJ Transit
    • Trains and buses that can take you where you need to go in New Jersey. Rutgers also put together a list called Transit to COVID-19 Vaccine Site. This list is updated every two weeks, lists all the vaccine sites in the state, and the various ways they can use NJ Transit to get to each one. Access Link provides public transportation to people with disabilities who are unable to use the local bus service. 
  • Tiger Transit
    • Princeton University’s TigerTransit shuttle system operates on a fixed route schedule, providing safe, convenient and reliable transportation throughout the Princeton campus and surrounding community.
  • Crosstown Transportation (via PSRC)
    • Crosstown is a door-to-door transportation service for seniors age 65 and older, and people with disabilities who cannot drive, who live in the municipality of Princeton.  Must register as a rider by calling the Princeton Senior Resource Center 609-751-9699
  • Mercer County TRADE
    • Supports eligible county residents and provides non-emergency transportation to residents of Mercer County who are elderly and to people with disabilities. 
  • Transportation Options in New Jersey from nj211. Many of the options listed here are free or discounted.
  • Various ride services and apps are available:
    • Lyft (855-865-9553)
    • Click-N-Ride
    • Go Go Grandparent – Schedule rides with Lyft/Uber, 855-464-6872
    • EZ Ride’s Ryde4Life Program – Transportation for older adults age 50+ with Lyft/Uber, 866-208-1307
  • Transportation resources have also been outlined and explained by The Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association.