*Updated March 11, 2021
*Vaccines open for Individuals Age 50 and Over
Starting on Monday, March 15, the COVID-19 vaccine will be available to individuals age 50 and over. Collin County will open a vaccine appointment portal on Friday, March 12, at 10:00 a.m. for anyone over age 50 (Phase 1C), as well as those in category 1A, 1B, and all teachers. New appointment slots will open each Friday at 10:00 a.m. Visit the Collin County Vaccine Web Page for more information.
Denton County’s Vaccine Interest Portal waitlist is now updated to allow all individuals age 50 and over to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine at one of the Denton County Vaccine Clinics. To join the Denton County wait list, click here.
The City of Allen and the City of Frisco also offer vaccines by appointment only, although appointments are limited. Click on the following links to find out more:
A computer is available in the Prosper Community Library if you need assistance making an appointment to receive a vaccine. You may also call Collin County Health Services at 972-548-4744 or Denton County Public Health at 940-349-2585 for more information.
If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, or need further assistance, please contact Division Chief Bill Bonny with the Prosper Fire Department at 972-347-2424 or email@example.com
The Town of Prosper hopes you and your family stay safe and healthy!
Please visit www.prospertx.gov/coronavirus for COVID-19 updates.
The Town of Prosper wants to make sure all of our residents have the information they need about the COVID-19 vaccine. Collin and Denton Counties and nearby cities are providing vaccines for residents who are age 65 or older, or who have a medical condition.
Vaccines are not available at the Prosper Fire Department; however, Prosper Fire/Rescue personnel and Prosper CERT Volunteers are assisting with giving vaccinations at nearby locations.
If you have not received a vaccine, and need to sign up for a wait list, here are some options:
Sign Up Online:
- Click here for the Collin County Wait List: collincountytx.gov. Click on the link that says “vaccine wait list.”
- Click here for the Denton County Wait List: dentoncounty.gov. Click on “COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist” at the top of the page.
- After you sign up, you will be contacted about when and where to get your vaccine.
- The City of Allen and the City of Frisco also offer vaccines by appointment only, although appointments are limited. Click on the following links to find out more:
Sign up at the Prosper Community Library
- If you do not have computer access you may come by the Prosper Community Library during Library hours to sign up online. Library hours are:
- Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Sign up by Phone:
- If you do not have computer access, you may call a County hotline for assistance:
- Collin County Health Services: 972-548-4744
- Denton County Public Health: 940-349-2585
County health officials will help you sign up for a vaccine wait list.
January 27, 2021 update
Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) is continuously administering vaccinations under the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) guidelines for Phase 1A and 1B eligible individuals. In addition to our effort, our county is counting on health systems, pharmacies, and private providers to remain strong and resilient as we deliver a countywide response to the pandemic.
On January 27, the CCHCS COVID-19 vaccine hub will be relocating to John Clark Stadium in Plano, TX in collaboration with the company Curative. Curative will be handling correspondence, scheduling, and vaccine administration at our site in Plano.
If an individual received their first dose at the CCHCS facility in McKinney, then they should expect an email notification from Curative with a registration link to schedule their second dose appointment. If any of your individuals that received a first dose at CCHCS and are due for a second dose this week have not yet received an email to register with Curative, please contact me directly. If an appointment slot is not immediately available, individuals should regularly monitor the registration link as more slots should be added continuously.
Curative will also be contacting persons off our Collin County online waitlist. Please advise individuals in your organization to register on our online waitlist if they have not received a first dose and are interested in a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Curative will contact individuals through the waitlist.
For individuals that schedule an appointment with Curative, they will need to ensure they present their COVID-19 vaccination record card at the time of their appointment for the second dose. For individuals who may have misplaced their card, they will need to contact their first dose provider for a referral letter. If an individual received their first dose at CCHCS in McKinney and are missing their record card, then they should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a referral letter instead. The ability to present a vaccination card or referral letter is crucial to ensuring individuals receive the appropriate vaccine by manufacturer and interval period. There is further information about appointment requirements available on the Curative scheduling webpage.
CCHCS and Curative will strive to ensure individuals receive their second dose as close to the appropriate interval period between doses as possible. Per CDC guidance, there is no maximum interval between the first and second dose for the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Individuals should not register an appointment for a second dose before 21 days after receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, or before 28 days after receiving the Moderna vaccine.
Vaccine doses remain limited and CCHCS recommends for individuals needing their first dose to seek additional sources such as pharmacies, hospital groups, and their primary care physician offices in addition to enrolling on our online county waitlist.
Denton County Public Health will receive 6,000 doses for their community vaccine center.
Collin County providers list:
- Allen Fire Department: 310 Century Pkwy Allen (COLLIN 2000)
- City Of McKinney Fire Department: 2200 Taylor Burk Drive McKinney (COLLIN 2000)
- Collin County Healthcare Services: 825 N McDonald St Ste 145 McKinney (COLLIN 2000)
- Baylor Scott & White Medical Center: Plano 4700 Alliance Blvd Plano (COLLIN 975)
Denton and Collin Counties offer Wait List for Vaccines
Denton County residents can now sign up for a waitlist to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on the new Vaccine Interest Portal at DentonCounty.gov/COVID19vaccine.
Once Denton County Public Health (DCPH) receives vaccines from the state, those who meet eligibility requirements as set by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will receive further notification and appointment scheduling confirmation of their date, time, and place to receive their COVID-19 vaccination.
Anyone who needs assistance with filling out the online form at DentonCounty.gov/COVID19vaccine can call 940-349-2585. The Denton County Public Health call center will be operational until 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, with weekend hours to be determined based on call volume. See the full press release here: https://www.dentoncounty.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=335
Collin County residents are welcome to register with the Collin County wait list, and are encouraged to check the DSHS website for COVID-19 vaccine distribution points throughout the rest of the county. Visit the Collin County website for more information: https://www.collincountytx.gov/healthcare_services/Pages/COVID19vaccines.aspx
Collin County offers a vaccine wait list for people who meet Phase 1A and Phase 1B categories for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine as it becomes available. The online form will take requests in the order received, let registrants know where they are in line for the vaccine, and then notify them when vaccines become available from the county’s health department and schedule appointments. Please check the Collin County website for updates.
Denton County Public Health offers vaccination clinics for those eligible to receive the vaccine. Registration will reopen when additional vaccine stock is received by DCPH from the state. Vaccine clinic dates and pre-registration opening details will be posted on the DCPH website and announced via DCPH social media channels.
Individuals are encouraged to contact their primary health care provider and their local pharmacy to inquire about additional vaccine availability. Please note that most private health care providers (pharmacies, hospitals, physicians) maintain their own vaccine waitlists separate from the Collin County Health Care Services waitlist. Please reference the Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Locations map to find other distribution sites such as pharmacies or health providers that may have vaccines available.
What information is available about COVID-19 vaccines?
Find information for COVID-19 vaccination administration and patient education for each specific vaccine on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.