County of Milwaukee
Milwaukee County Wisconsin

Office of Emergency Management

COVID-19 Vaccination Site

OEM Vaccination Site

Vaccines are administered by the Milwaukee County OEM-EMS CORE Team, a group of paramedics and EMTs with a passion for community medicine and outreach to underserved populations. Vaccinations will be at the Kosciuszko Park and Community Center, and are only available by appointments. No walk-ins are allowed.


Who Is Eligible?

Anyone age 18 and older is eligible for vaccine at this site.

We currently provide only the Moderna vaccine pending CDC and FDA review of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Register now to reserve your spot.

Get more information on the Moderna vaccine and on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Register Here

Prioritized Scheduling

Anyone age 18 and older in one of the following groups may have prioritization in scheduling.

• You live in one of the following ZIP codes: 53119, 53172, 53203, 53204, 53205, 53206, 53208, 53209, 53210, 53212, 53214, 53215, 53216, 53218, 53219, 53221 53223, 53224, 53225, 53233, 53235

• Anyone in a Medicare Long Term Care Program

• Milwaukee County Employees and Affiliates

How to Make an Appointment

Note: This is not a walk-up site. You must make an appointment and arrive with a confirmation number. 

  1. Fill out the screening and consent form. You only need to complete the form for your first dose. OEM staff will assist you in scheduling your second dose.
  2. After completing the screening and consent form, you will receive an email with a confirmation number and instructions on scheduling the date and time of your appointment.
  3. Follow the instructions in your confirmation email to schedule your vaccine appointment. Completing the registration and consent form below does not mean you have secured an actual appointment.
  4. Take note of your confirmation number and arrive at the Kosciuszko Community Center at your scheduled appointment time.

Get more information on the Moderna vaccine and on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Register Here

What to Expect at Your Appointment

  • The vaccination site is located at Kosciuszko Community Center, 2201 S. 7th St., Milwaukee
  • The site has accessible parking and is surrounded by several nearby bus stops.
  • Please arrive no more than 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled appointment
  • You must arrive to your appointment with your confirmation number. This will be provided to you by email once you complete the registration and consent form
  • Vaccines are free of charge

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Vaccine FAQs

Vaccine Facts

Vaccine Myths


All persons seeking vaccination are required to wear a mask while waiting in line and inside the clinic. Cones/chairs will be laid out to identify 6 foot spacing. Congregating is not allowed under any circumstances.

ZIP Code Vaccination Program Methodology

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on communities of color. The goal of Milwaukee County’s ZIP Code Vaccination Program is to ensure that individuals residing in most underserved areas the County have equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) is a widely recognized tool for evaluating a community’s vulnerability to disasters. The index is available at the census tract level. Since most people do not know their census tract, Milwaukee County chose to base its program around something familiar to almost everyone – their ZIP codes. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's crosswalk files were used to sort each census tract into a ZIP code based on where the majority of their residential addresses were located and then averaged all the census tract SVI scores within each ZIP code.

More information about the CDC’s SVI can be found here.

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