Your Local COVID-19 Resources Page

We’ve made it even easier to find the information you need.

Our Info Line is also available to answer your questions at 970-248-6900.




Our CDC Community Level is low.

Recommendations include

  • Stay up to date on vaccines.

  • Stay home and test if you’re sick.

Our CDC Community Level can be rated as low, medium, or high. It helps us understand the general trends of COVID-19 in Mesa County. The level is determined by the number of new cases, new hospitalizations, and regional hospital capacity. You can learn more about them on the CDC website.

Stay up to date with vaccines.

A vaccine is the best tool we have to prevent the worst outcomes from COVID-19.

Anyone ages 6 months and older is eligible.

Schedule for 6 months old through 11 years old by phone.

Call the Public Health Clinic 970-248-6900

Schedule for 12 years and older online.

Schedule your appointment online.

Or call 970-248-6900.

Can’t make it to us or need a different date? The state vaccine bus travels around Mesa County. View their schedule and locations here.

Test when you have symptoms.

COVID-19 testing helps you understand your risk for spreading the virus to others.

Pick Up Free, At-Home Test Kits

Community Services Building, 510 29 1/2 Road, Grand Junction

MON – FRI 8 AM – 4:30 PM

  • Test kits are free.
  • Wear a mask if you have symptoms.
  • 2 tests per person in your household.

Free, At-Home Test Kits Mailed to You

Other Testing Options

**The site at Colorado Mesa University closed on January 14th, 2023**

Stay home when you’re sick.

Call your primary care provider to learn about treatment options.

Use this easy tool. It will tell you how long to stay home after testing positive for COVID-19.

Learn about isolation and quarantine on the CDC website.

Help finding community resources.


COVID-19 impacted every one. Contact Grand Valley Connects to find community resources.