Find useful, local resources on how, where, and when to find COVID-19 vaccinations on this page. Have a question not addressed here? Contact us now »
As of August 6, masks are required inside all library buildings, at outside storytimes, and when visiting the Book Bike. Read the August 5 Village of Oak Park Health Department order (pdf) »
Vaccine Finder: Enter your ZIP code to see which local pharmacies have a vaccine in stock. Vaccine Finder does not guarantee that appointments are available, but it is more likely that pharmacies listed as having a vaccine “in stock” have available appointments than those listed as being “out of stock.”
Call the Oak Park Township Senior Services at 708.434.4298 for assistance. All Oak Park residents age 65+ who want help completing the online pre-registration form–or who do not have access to the internet or a computer–can get help.
Call the Illinois Department of Public Health Hotline at 833.621.1284. Residents who don’t have access to or need assistance navigating online services can call the hotline to book an appointment. The hotline is open seven days a week from 6 am to midnight with agents available in English and Spanish.
Borrow Wi-Fi hotspots, laptops, Chromebooks, and iPads for use at home. If you do not have home internet access or a computer, checking out one or more of these devices with your Oak Park library card can help. Here’s more on how to get a library card and request technology for at-home use »
Use a public computer at any Oak Park Public Library location. Anyone with a library card registered with Oak Park Public Library can schedule a 60-minute computer session. Here’s more on how to get a library card and schedule a computer session »
The Oak Park Department of Public Health is taking its mobile response van into the community to provide convenient COVID-19 vaccinations and rapid testing. See upcoming mobile vaccination events and find the latest COVID-19 vaccination information from the Oak Park Health Department »