COVID-19 Vaccine Information
The City of Livonia is offering limited COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Livonia residents aged 65 and older at the Livonia Civic Park Senior Center. Our Vaccinate Livonia program aims to administer all doses we are provided to Livonia residents eligible to receive the vaccine at this time.
Livonia residents aged 65 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine by appointment only at the Senior Center. Make your appointment online or by calling (734) 466-2019 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m weekdays. Appointments are limited due to current COVID-19 vaccine supplies and may fill up quickly. Appointment times are available from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. beginning Tuesday, March 2 through Friday, March 5. If you cannot make an appointment this week, please check our website for more opportunities. We also encourage people to continue to try to register for vaccines through their healthcare provider or local pharmacy.
By clicking the link below, you will be sent to our registration page. We are using our Parks & Recreation online registration software to schedule appointments. Please sign in using your existing CivicRec account to secure an appointment. Individuals without an account will need to create one to register online for an appointment.
WE HAVE A DEDICATED COVID-19 VACCINE HOTLINE. THE NUMBER IS (734) 466-2019. PLEASE DO NOT CALL OTHER CITY OF LIVONIA DEPARTMENTS AS THEY AREN'T ABLE TO ASSIST YOU.
you must create a civicrec profile with a valid email address to receive a receipt and future notifications!
Please reference our guide on how to create an account if you need help.
please plan to return to the livonia civic park senior center for your second dose on the same day and time as your original appointment, just three weeks later
- Who is eligible for the vaccine?
- Do I have to make an appointment for my second dose?
- What time slots are available?
- Who is administering the vaccines?
- What vaccine is being administered?
- What do I need to sign up?
- How do I sign up?
- What do I do if I need technical support using the online sign-up process?
- What do I need to bring to my appointment?
- How much does this cost/do I need to provide insurance information?
- I cannot secure a ride to the vaccine site – what are my options?
- What are common side effects of the Pfizer vaccine?
- There are no available appointments – what should I do?
- I am not a Livonia resident – how can I be vaccinated?
- I am a first responder, healthcare worker, or teacher – can I be vaccinated at this site?
- I recently received another shot or vaccination (shingles booster, etc.), can I be vaccinated at this site?
Wayne County has partnered with hospital systems throughout the County to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to our senior residents.
Contact the hospital system online to learn if and when you can receive your vaccination. Your hospital will schedule with you directly a time for your shot. Ask someone you trust to help you find the right hospital. These health providers are registering appointments based on a random contact/email basis, meaning you have to wait until they contact you before you can set up an appointment.
Hospital Systems in Wayne County
Other locations to get the COVID-19 vaccine
Seniors who do not receive care in a particular hospital group can still receive their vaccine
from Beaumont Health. Online-only registration at mybeaumontchart.com/mychart/signup
If you do not have computer access, you can call the Beaumont hotline at (800) 592-4784 to register.
Visit Beaumont's COVID-19 Vaccine Information page for more information.
CVS - not accepting reservations for the COVID-19 vaccine at this time
Rite-Aid - not accepting reservations for the COVID-19 vaccine at this time
Please be patient. It will take time to get shots to all. While you wait, stay safe.
· Please wear a face mask
· Practice safe distance
· Avoid large crowds
- I am a senior citizen, a teacher, or essential frontline worker, when can I call to schedule an appointment?
- Why can't I get my vaccine right away?
- Who determines how many doses Wayne County receives?
- What should I do while I wait to get my vaccine?
- When did Wayne County start receiving COVID-19 vaccines?
- How many doses did Wayne County receive?
- When will more shipments arrive?
- Who will get the vaccine first?
- Who determined this priority list and is it the same everywhere in Michigan?
- I do not work in health care or a skilled nursing home facility, but can I get a vaccine early from my doctor?
- How much will the vaccine cost?
- Will I have to provide proof of citizenship or a visa to get a vaccine?
- Will I need to provide identification?
- How long will it take to complete Phase 1?
- How long until the vaccine is available to the general public?
- Where can I find more information about the vaccine and how it will be distributed?