The Hopkinton Public Library’s Board of Trustees is a five-member elected board responsible for overseeing the library for the benefit of the community.  Working closely with the library director, members are responsible for establishing library policies and plans, determining the final budget and conducting public relations. The board meets on the third Thursday, from September through June.

Two non-profit organizations also support the Hopkinton Public Library. 
The Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library is a group of citizens who actively support and promote the library through advocacy, program planning, volunteer services, and fundraising. Learn more at:
The Hopkinton Public Library Foundation (HPFL) is a non-profit organization founded to raise private funds for the restoration, expansion and state-of-the-art renovation of the Hopkinton Public Library. Following expansion of the library, HPFL will provide ongoing funding for the long-term enhancements of the library.  Learn more at:

To learn more about the state library system and the responsibilities of library trustees, go to the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners site at:

For a member roster of the Board of Library Trustees, you can visit Hopkinton's Board & Committee database here or that info can also be found at