- Effective today, March 18, 2020, the Town of Hopkinton Municipal Building, Town Hall, Town Court, Highway Garage, Museum, and Library are closed to the public! Most business may be conducted via email, postal mail or placed in the secure drop-box by the Municipal Bldg. door. We will make appointments with the public as needed. Please leave a telephone or email message with the town clerk (315-328-4187 or email@example.com) and he will return your message and schedule any appointments. Thank you for your understanding!
Per the order of the Town Board, the Town of Hopkinton Board Meeting, scheduled for Monday, April 20, 2020, has been cancelled.
- The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for people to join the 2020 Census Team. You may apply online at: 2020census.gov/jobs or call 1-855-job-2020. There is availability for full and part-time temporary jobs, for ages 18 & up. Flexible hours, weekly pay, paid training, no experience or education requirements. $17/hr. for enumerators/census takers and $18.50/hr. for Census Field Supervisors plus $.58/mile for mileage reimbursement.
- The detailed Annual Report of the Supervisor of the Town of Hopkinton has been filed in my office at 7 Church St., Hopkinton, NY. These reports for the year 2019 are public record and are available for inspection by all interested persons during regular office hours.
Dated: March 2, 2020
Richard L. Powers, Town Clerk
- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Resolution of the Town of Hopkinton Town Board, St. Lawrence County, New York, and in compliance with Section 1660 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law, all Town Highways, in the Town of Hopkinton will be temporarily closed to all vehicles having gross weight in excess of five tons per axle, upon erection of signs, and will remain in effect until the authorized removal of the closing signs.
Dated: March 2, 2020
Stephen Green, Highway Supt.
The Township of Hopkinton, NY is the fifth town of the first ten towns in St. Lawrence Co. The first settlers came in 1802. The Township is located in the Southeast corner of St. Law. Co., in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. It has an elevation of 1,273 feet. On the East side it borders Franklin County and on the south side it borders Piercefield. This last section of the township use to be referred to as the "south woods".
Hopkinton is well known for its friendly citizens and community minded activities. Booklets of a self-guided car tour of the Historical parts of Hopkinton are available upon request from the Historian’s office. In the last ten years thousands of people come to the annual Summer Fest the third weekend in July. Music, games for kids and entertainment, Food can be purchased at a reasonable rate.