eHop Spotlight

Overview of the eHop Spotlight on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

Overview of the eHop Spotlight on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

Thank you to Director of Public Works, John Westerling, Chief of Police, Edward Lee and Director of Land Use & Town Operations, Elaine Lazarus for being panelists at the eHop Spotlight on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety on 2/6, and also a shout out to Kelly Grill […]

What you can do now about Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

What you can do now about Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

Be Mindful About Safety & Return to the Basics Everyone: Be alert and make eye contact Eliminate distractions when in transit (earbuds, phones, food…) When on foot: Run/walk single file Walk/run against traffic Check both ways for traffic BEFORE entering a crosswalk When cycling: Bike […]

eHop Spotlight on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

eHop Spotlight on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

In the wake of several serious pedestrian accidents and growing concern about traffic, eHop will hold a public forum titled eHop’s Spotlight on Traffic and Pedestrian Safety on Monday, February 6,  7:00 – 8:30 pm at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, 98 Hayden Rowe […]

eHop to Hold Forum on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

eHop to Hold Forum on Traffic & Pedestrian Safety

In the wake of several serious pedestrian accidents and growing concern about traffic, eHop will hold a public forum titled eHop’s Spotlight on Traffic and Pedestrian Safety on Monday, February 6,  7:00 – 8:15 pm at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, 98 Hayden Rowe […]

Overview of the eHop Spotlight on Water

Overview of the eHop Spotlight on Water

Thank you to Director of Public Works, John Westerling and Board of Health Director, Ed Wirtanen for being panelists at the eHop Spotlight on Water on 10/28, and also a shout out to Bittersweet owner, Hope Hellberg for the use of her beautiful space. Here’s a slideshow of information […]

What We Learned at the eHop Spotlight on Water

What We Learned at the eHop Spotlight on Water

What We Learned about Public Water Approximately 70% of residents are on municipal water. Our municipal water supply comes from eight wells within Hopkinton.  Depending on the water supply available in our eight wells versus our demand for water, Hopkinton also purchases water from Ashland that […]