COVID-19 Testing Information

Community Test Sites for COVID-19 in El Paso County

The following provides information on COVID-19 testing availability in El Paso County. This is not intended to promote any institution over another, but to promote access to healthcare for members of our community. Updates will be made periodically, but the entities operating the testing sites may make changes that do not appear immediately.

Community Based Drive-Thru Testing Sites

New Testing Site Locations (Spanish speakers available at all sites) :


6436 US Highway 85-87, Colorado Springs, CO 80911 (Formerly known as the Beckett Event Center)
Fountain pre-registration information.

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.


The Falcon/Peyton testing site has moved to 12072 Royal County Down Road, Falcon, CO 80831 (Behind Falcon Fire Station 1)
Falcon pre-registration information.

Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

North Colorado Springs:

2070 Interquest Pkwy (PPCC Rampart Range Campus, southeast of the campus)
North Colorado Springs pre-registration information.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Citadel Mall Testing Site:

Located at the Citadel Mall in the parking lot just south of JCPenney
750 Citadel Dr. E, Colorado Springs
Citadel pre-registration information.

Monday - Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Who can get tested at Community Based Drive-Thru testing sites?
• First responders, health care workers, critical infrastructure employees and individuals who work in congregate settings
• Testing will be provided to all individuals who seek it. (2 years of age or older)
• Individuals may wait 7 days after being exposed to get a COVID-19 test. In the meantime, visit our Isolation and Quarantine page for more information.

How much does it cost?
• Testing is free
• No insurance or referral is required

How do I get my results?
• Results are reported online through a patient account
• For results, text MAKO to 66349
• Click here

For general results information, please click here: Community Based Drive-thru Testing Results Information

Have questions? Check out the MAKO Medical FAQ.

There is a Spanish speaker on site.

Pre-registration is recommended, but not required.

Please click here to register: COVID-19 Community Testing Site Registration
Upon completing the form you will receive an email with your registration number beginning with MX. Show this number to the site attendant in order to proceed with your test. After registration, you can arrive at the testing site at any time during hours of operation. Registration is not site-specific.

Scan QR code to register from smartphone.

UCHealth Testing Sites

Please click here for more information.

Who can get tested here?
• Testing is only available to symptomatic patients via the UC Health App. Asymptomatic individuals will not be accepted at this site.
• UCHealth asks that patients wear a mask at testing sites.

For information about pricing, appointments, eligibility, hours and other details click here. Scheduling an appointment is highly encouraged.

Peak Vista Walk-Through Testing Site

Where is it located?
3205 North Academy, Colorado Springs, CO
• This site is a walk-through only testing site.
• For more information or questions, please call 719-632-5700.

When is it open?
• Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Who can get tested here?
• No appointment or doctor’s referral is required, and you do not need to be a patient of Peak Vista to use this site.
• Testing will be done for anyone over 5 years old with any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste, new loss of smell.

How do I get my results?
• A Peak Vista healthcare provider will call you with your results once they are ready.

How much does it cost?
• For information about pricing, eligibility, hours and other details click here.

Additional Questions

What if I don’t qualify for testing at any of the sites listed here?
Call your primary care doctor if you cannot be tested at the sites above and feel that you need testing.

What if my children need to be tested?
Speak to your child’s pediatrician if you feel they need to be tested for COVID-19. They may be able to provide testing through their office or another lab. Children’s Hospital also offers drive-thru testing for children and their caregivers, but requires a referral from a pediatrician and scheduling an appointment. Children age 2 years and older may be tested at the Community-Based Drive-Thru Testing Site at the Citadel Mall.

What if I am a first responder or health care provider?
First responders and health care workers are welcome at the community sites listed above. There are other options available to workers in these fields through their employers. Speak with your supervisor to learn about any additional testing options that may be available.

Is Public Health offering testing?
El Paso County Public Health has partnered with Mako Lab to offer testing to the community at the Community-Based Drive-Thru Testing Site at the Citadel Mall. No COVID-19 testing is being offered at the Public Health Department location on Garden of the Gods Rd.