The Town of Hopkinton reopened Town buildings to the public on June 1, 2021, without the need for appointments; and will follow the Commonwealth’s Reopening Massachusetts guidance and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidelines in lifting Covid-19 restrictions. This means that face coverings are not currently required for fully vaccinated individuals. The Hopkinton Public Library has reopened with limited hours for walk-in and curbside services. Please check the library website for details.
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Hopkinton is a vibrant welcoming community centrally located in New England and nestled 26.2 miles west of Boston. We are endowed with open space, natural resources, facilities and programs that promote a well educated and healthy community. We are respectful of our past, engaged in our present, and actively preparing for our future. Read Hopkinton's Vision Statement here.
The Town of Hopkinton welcomes residents of all races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, gender identifications, and sexual orientations; the Town of Hopkinton, further, is committed to providing a climate of safety and acceptance to all residents. The Town of Hopkinton will actively address and resist acts of discrimination, bullying, or intimidation. Read Hopkinton's Charter here.
Hopkinton Town Hall is located at 18 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748 Open Mon, Wed, Thur 8AM - 4:30PM, Tue 8AM - 7PM, Fri 8AM - 2PM