Water and Sewer

Current System Status:
           GREEN No known issues

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Current PFAS Status RED               PFAS information                  

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Hopkinton Water & Sewer Department

The mission of the Water Department is to provide the Town of Hopkinton and its citizens with a safe drinking water supply, water for fire protection, and an adequate supply of water for their essential daily needs. The Water Department protects current sources and manages existing supplies while pursuing additional water sources to meet demands.  The mission of the Sewer Department is to provide the Town of Hopkinton and its citizens with reliable wastewater services protective of health and the environment.    The Water & Sewer Department aims to react in a timely, professional manner to all inquires, problems, and requests of the citizens and officials of the Town of Hopkinton. 
Our goal is to provide the best potable water supply to our customers.

Business hours:
8:00AM to 3:00PM
For emergencies after hours, please call the Fire and Police Dispatch at (508) 497-3401.

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Information for the DEP imposed annual water use restrictions.READ MORE 

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Is the water safe to drink?

Is fluoride added to the water?

How can I find out my current water-sewer bill balance?

Why is the the water discolored?

Why does my water have a yellow tinge and why does my sink, toilets and dishwasher have and orange/brown stain?

Why does my water have a white, milky look?

I have just received my water bill, why is it higher than normal? My meter must be wrong.

I have recently moved to town and have not received a water bill. Will I get one?

I have low pressure what can I do?

Is there lead in the water?

I am going to be moving, what do I need to do?