Month: March 2017

Town Election Update – More Candidates Still Needed

Town Election Update – More Candidates Still Needed

Considering running for local office, but don’t know where to begin? To become a candidate a person must either obtain and submit nomination papers by securing the signatures of 50 Hopkinton registered voters by Monday, March 27; or a person may qualify by being the […]

Hayden Rowe Corridor – 2nd Workshop

Hayden Rowe Corridor – 2nd Workshop

The Town of Hopkinton will conduct a second public workshop on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at the Hopkinton Middle School auditorium, 88 Hayden Rowe, at 7:00 pm, to discuss the traffic calming measures currently being evaluated in the Hayden Rowe corridor between Grove Street and the Milford town […]

Water Ban Ends, Drought Continues

Water Ban Ends, Drought Continues

The Hopkinton Director of Public Works ended the Mandatory State of Water Supply Conservation (water ban) on January 19, 2017, for all customers connected to the municipal water system. He said that this action was the result of the recent change in drought status to our […]

Commissioner of Trust Funds – Did You Know?

Commissioner of Trust Funds – Did You Know?

The Commissioners of Trust Funds is a three-member three-year elected board that acts in accordance with the Massachusetts General Laws. This group of elected members submits a written statement of the amount of payment and the date this payment was made to the town anytime […]

Parks and Recreation Commission – Did you Know?

Parks and Recreation Commission – Did you Know?

The Parks & Recreation Commission is an elected group of five individuals. The Commission directs and oversees policies and operations regarding parks and open spaces under their custody as well as recreation programs in town. They also oversee the Parks and Recreation office, consisting of three […]

Board of Library Trustees – Did you Know?

Board of Library Trustees – Did you Know?

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 […]