October 1, 2017


Thanks to Cindy Wilson, Director of Public Edit date and timeHealth Nursing, Nevada County Public Health Department, for this info.

  • WHAT ~ FREE drive-thru flu shot clinic by the Nevada County Public Health Department. Free shots for anyone 3 years of age and older.
  • WHEN ~ Tuesday, October 3, from noon to 4 p.m. (while supplies last)
  • WHERE ~ Parking lot at Twin Cities Church, 11726 Rough and Ready Highway, Grass Valley
  • INFO ~ All participants should wear clothing that allows for access to the upper arm so they may receive the flu shot with ease. Participants will only be able to access the parking lot via the westbound lane of Rough and Ready Highway. There is no eastbound access due to safety issues. This is a drive-thru only event; all participants will be required to stay in their vehicles. Due to safety concerns, walkups will not be permitted.
  • CONTACT ~ 530-265-7265



  • If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant in the next month, please see your primary care or prenatal care provider to get your annual flu vaccination.
  • Medical information form completed on site.
  • Spanish materials available.
  • Please wear clothing that allows easy access to your upper arms.
  • The purpose of the drive-thru event is twofold: to provide free flu shots to community members and to give NCPHD staff and community partners a chance to practice and evaluate response levels and preparedness in the event of a large communicable disease outbreak or public health emergency. If a significantly large communicable disease outbreak occurs, such as a pandemic, NCPHD will not want individuals to congregate in large spaces to receive prophylactic medicines. The drive-thru mechanism allows for county residents to receive medicine without ever leaving their car, thus protecting not only themselves, but friends, family and the community as a whole.
  • The Public Health Department is hoping for a large response from the community, not only to protect residents from the flu, but also to learn valuable lessons and enhance response efforts for future exercises.
  • Public participation is essential to making this exercise a success, so please join in and help fight flu!
  • For more information or questions please call 530-470-2658 or email