COVID-19 Community Resources

Scott County clinic and hospital testing sites

Allina Health Shakopee

1601 St. Francis Ave. Suite 100
Shakopee, MN 55379

  • In office, pre-registration or appointments required
  • Weekday hours only
  • More details

Hy-Vee Pharmacy Savage

6150 Egan Dr.
Savage, MN 55378

Hy-Vee Pharmacy Shakopee

1451 Adams St. S.
Shakopee, MN 55379

Parkview Medical Clinic

1400 1st St. NE
New Prague, MN 56071

  • Drive-up, for established patients only
  • Weekday and weekend hours
  • More details

Ridgeview Belle Plaine Clinic

165 Commerce Dr. W.
Belle Plaine, MN 56011

  • Symptomatic 12 and older by appointment
  • Weekday hours only
  • More details

Additional testing sites can be found on the Minnesota Department of Health testing site webpage

Community Resources - Updated October 11, 2020

Our community is coming together to help Scott County residents in need. Select from one of the tabs below to find resources from state and local organizations, including links to important applications. If you are a community nonprofit, business, or faith-based organization wishing to offering community assistance, please contact  

For additional information, please see Metro-wide resources from Carver County, Dakota County, and Hennepin County.

Rule 25/Chemical Dependency Update (October 30, 2020)

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, chemical health assessments/Rule 25 assessments may be provided virtually. To inquire about how to proceed with applying for and obtaining Rule 25 services, please contact Kasey Theis at 952-496-8358 or Scott County Central Intake at 952-496-8959.

CARES funding available for qualifying renters, homeowners (September 30, 2020)

Do you know of any homeowners or renters in your community who could use some financial help due to the COVID-19 crisis? Scott County, the Scott County Community Development Agency (CDA), and CAP Agency know that people throughout our community are financially hurting. Virtually every sector of the American economy is reeling from the continued fallout from the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, not the least of which are those who matter most to us:  Our residents.  People should not have to choose between food and a place to sleep, between critically needed medication and a roof over their heads.

As such, to help ease these financial burdens, the Scott County Board of Commissioners has allocated federal CARES Act funding dollars to support local homeowners and renters that have experienced financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.   The Board has targeted $2.95 million to housing assistance for mortgage and rental support to Scott County residents that have experienced financial hardship do the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent foreclosures and evictions.


The rental assistance program is specifically targeted to renters earning up to $118,900 annually who have become delinquent on their rent after March 1, 2020 due to pandemic-related job loss or reduced work hours and wages.  More details, including eligibility criteria and other program guidelines, can be found at


The mortgage assistance program will specifically target homeowners with an annual income up to $118,900 who have become delinquent on their mortgage, HOA dues or manufactured home lot rent after March 1, 2020 due to job loss or reduced work hours and wages as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. More details, including eligibility criteria and other program guidelines, can be found at

While the deadline to apply for either/both of these grants is November 15, 2020, don’t delay!  Eligible applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early, as funding for the program is limited and may be subject to a first-come, first-served basis.  Please visit to access the application.  

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  3. Child Care
  4. Donations
  5. Economic Assistance
  6. Employment
  7. Family Activities
  8. Food Access
  9. Healthcare & Mental Health
  10. Housing
  11. Internet Access
  12. Masks & Protective Equipment
  13. Transportation
  14. Volunteer Opportunities

What to Do if You Feel Sick / Lo que debe hacer en caso de enfermarse

If you feel sick, please follow these guidelines

Public Information Sources about COVID-19

Make a Plan, Minnesota

How to Stay Healthy and Safe