SERVICES ARE OPEN! All Hopkinton employees are here to help. Hopkinton Town Hall is now open, as of Monday 8/10/2020 - for pre-scheduled appointments only.
To make an appointment with Town Hall staff, please contact the department directly to schedule a mutually available time slot. When arriving for your confirmed appointment, all visitors must wear a face-covering for the duration of the visit. In addition, visitors will be required to complete a COVID-19 attestation form in advance or upon arrival. Any individual who has symptoms of COVID-19 is asked to stay home and reschedule their appointment. The Hopkinton Senior Center remains physically closed, but still offering many services.
Due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in Hopkinton and regionally, the Hopkinton Public Library building will be closing to the public as of 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 7. Library services will be available on a remote/curbside-only basis as of Friday, January 8. The building will remain closed to the public until at least Friday, January 22. The library's curbside/remote service hours will continue. Please check the library website (www.hopkintonlibrary.org) for details."
Although most Town Buildings are physically closed to the public, SERVICES ARE OPEN! Click the 'learn more' button below to go to Hopkinton's dedicated Covid-19 resource and information page.
Home•Board of Health - Restricting the Sale of Tobacco Products Regulation
On March 25, 2019, the Hopkinton Board of Health voted to enact a regulation entitled “Restricting the Sale of Tobacco Products". The regulation includes, but is not limited to, restricting the sale of flavored tobacco and vape products; expanding the regulation to include vaping products such as e-cigarettes; instituting a minimum price for cigars; capping the number of Tobacco Sales Permits to be issued; and banning the sale of blunt wraps. The regulation will go into effect on June 30, 2019.