County plans 7th mass vaccination site, at Ash Way Park & Ride

The Lynnwood location will accommodate bus riders who walk up and private vehicles driving through.

LYNNWOOD — A seventh mass vaccination site is coming to Snohomish County, the county’s vaccine task force announced Monday.

The Ash Way Park & Ride in Lynnwood will host the clinic, which will offer both drive-thru and walk-up appointments. It’s set to open Wednesday.

“Transit riders can take the bus to the location and will be directed to the walk-up vaccination station and waiting area,” the task force said in a news release. “Anyone who arrives in a car will use the drive-thru vaccination station — the location is not designed for on-site parking for walk-up appointments.”

Like all other mass vaccine clinics, shots are by appointment only. To schedule your vaccination, visit www.bit.ly/snocovaccine or call 425-339-5278.

The Ash Way clinic is to be open Wednesday through Sunday, increasing the number of weekend appointments.

Going forward, the task force might alter hours at other mass sites to offer more slots during the weekend and evening.

Countywide, providers have administered more than 430,000 vaccine shots, and more than 170,000 people are fully vaccinated.

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