To all residents and visitors of the Town, please note that construction projects on the Town Hall will be starting August 29th
. These projects include rehabilitation of the basement, replacement of the slate roof and rehabilitation of the exterior masonry.
Access to the basement will be closed to the public on occasion throughout the basement rehabilitation project. This entrance provides an accessible route into Town Hall for persons with a disability. Town staff will provide assistance to anyone needing help in gaining access to the building when the basement is closed. Please contact the Facilities Department at508-497-9738
in advance of visiting Town Hall and they will coordinate with you to provide assistance at the scheduled time of your arrival. Should there be a need for immediate assistance gaining access to the building, please call the Town Manager’s Office at 508-497-9700
and arrangements will be made.
During these projects there will also be a need to temporarily close the sidewalk in front of Town Hall on occasion and pedestrian traffic will be rerouted.
Also on occasion, the entrance to the parking lot behind Town Hall may be closed for periods of time as work is being completed on that side of the building. The entrance will be relocated to the existing exit and will be utilized for both the entrance and exit to the parking lot.
The Town greatly appreciates your patience during these important projects. If any member of the public has any questions, they may call the Town Manager’s Office at 508-497-9700
National Night Out is an opportunity for community members of all ages to come together to strengthen neighborhood spirit, support local crime prevention, build police-community partnerships and just have fun! This is a national event happening in communities like ours.What Does the Evening Include?Hopkinton’s National Night Out has table exhibits, interactive safety demonstrations, food, live music, children’s games, face painting, bouncy house, dunk tank and more!I Can’t Make It. How Can I Show My Support for Local Crime Prevention?We’re sorry we won’t see you but there is something you can do to show your support. After the event, from 9pm to 11pm, we ask that you turn on your porch light to show Hopkinton’s solidarity in preventing crime!
After thoughtful consideration, the Visioning Steering Group (appointed by the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen) agreed to re-schedule the Community Workshop, which was scheduled for Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 6 pm.
The Steering Group, in consultation with Town Hall staff and the consultants, agreed that a detailed plan for public input needed to be developed and that any attempt at creating a vision for Hopkinton would greatly benefit only from a wide range of opinions of Hopkinton residents and organizations.
We appreciate your interest in the June 18 workshop and you will be invited to participate in future workshops, which are expected to be held in September.
More information to come. In the meantime, your continued discussion will help in shaping the discussions in September. Click to join the conversation.
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. Remember to include the Article Number, your full name and address, and the full text of the amended motion language.
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Thanks to all residents who registered their dogs before April 1.
Under Massachusetts General Law (MGL), Ch. 40, §137 and Chapter 62 of the Town Bylaws, it is required that all dogs six months or older, owned or kept in the Town of Hopkinton must be licensed by April 1 each year. Licensing of all dogs requires a rabies certificate showing that the owner’s dog(s) have received their rabies shot. After April 1, there is a late fee of $25 (per dog); although, as your Town Clerk, I am offering amnesty to residents through the month of April. This reprieve is effective until April 30. After that date, the late fee is $25 per dog. On May 1 we will report to the Animal Control Officer a list of dogs with current rabies who are not licensed. The Animal Control Officer will be able to issue citations to those owners whose dogs are still unlicensed. The delinquent owners will then be responsible for the license fee, late fee and any citations.
As always, the Town Clerk’s Office is committed to excellent customer service and upholding the values of open government by providing access to the Town’s public records.
Your Town Clerk,