COVID-19 Community Resources

Scott County building mask requirements:  Updated May 14, 2021

On Thursday, May 13, Governor Tim Walz announced the elimination of the statewide mask mandate effective May 14.  In following the Governor’s direction, Scott County will not be instituting its own mask mandate, either as a local government or employer.

PLEASE NOTE:  This information pertains to Scott County government facilities only; anyone entering the Scott County Justice Center building will still be required to continue to wear a mask and follow social distancing requirements.  We expect to receive further instruction from Chief Justice Gildea following the Judicial Council meeting on Thursday, May 20.

Effective immediately, members of the public and employees will no longer be required to wear masks when entering a County building (**with specific and certain exceptions, please see below).

Importantly, the Governor also encouraged that people continue to wear masks when there are large gatherings in public spaces to protect those who have not been vaccinated, either due to their choice or due to their specific health conditions.

**Scott County employees will continue performing health screenings and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when working with our clients and customers in close proximity and closed spaces (e.g., in-home visits, providing transportation, et cetera).

**In addition, many of our services have state or federal requirements related to health and safety (such as the Scott County Jail, the Court system/Justice Center, the Juvenile Alternatives Facility, Transit, Public Health) and those must continue to be followed. 

If you have questions about any specific department or business unit practices or restrictions, we encourage you to call ahead – the Scott County general number is 952-445-7750, simply ask to be directed to the right area.


Community Resources - Updated April 20, 2021

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.

  1. COVID-19 Info & Testing
  2. Addiction & Substance Abuse Recovery Support
  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

  • MDH COVID-19 Hotlines (Interpreters available)
    • For general health questions (7am - 7pm): 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903
    • Schools and child care questions (7am - 7pm): 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
  • CDC Guide - What to Do if You Are Sick (in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean)
    • CDC’s Coronavirus Self-Checker can help you make decisions about seeking appropriate medical care. This tool is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease or other conditions, including COVID-19.

COVID-19 Testing Sites in Scott County

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

Public Information Sources about COVID-19

Make a Plan, Minnesota

How to Stay Healthy and Safe