Weekly News Update – 06/05/2022

Weekly News Update – 06/05/2022

Board & Committee Openings • School Safety • School Committee Update • Turf Field Update • Youth & Family Services Programs • Hopkinton Maintains AAA Bond Rating • DPW Shares Road Repaving Plan for Summer 2022 • Main Street Corridor Update • Board of Health Update 

Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

Openings on Boards & Committees – Apply Online

Updated 5/28/22: The following Town boards & committees will have one or more anticipated vacancies.  Please see the Town website at www.hopkintonma.gov for information about the duties of specific boards and committees.  Interested residents must apply via the online volunteer form at Town of Hopkinton, MA: Boards. Never served 

Weekly News Update – 03/20/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/20/2022

Openings and Updates on Town Boards & Committees • Two open Hopkinton School Committee seats will be decided during spring election • Upper Charles Trail Project: Frequently Asked Questions – March 17, 2022 • Become A Dementia Friend: An Information Session • Gifted learners, COVID 

Weekly News Update – 03/13/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/13/2022

Select Board Votes To Put 2 School Com Vacancies On May Ballot • School Committee vacancies to be placed on this year’s ballot • School Committee officially announces vacancies in special meeting: ‘We will continue with the business of the schools’ • Markey, Tyler resign 

Weekly News Update – 03/06/2022

Weekly News Update – 03/06/2022

Hopkinton COVID-19 update for March 3 • Health Services Vaccine Calendar • Masks now optional on Hopkinton school buses • Hopkinton – Additional energy assistance now available • School Committee roundup: Members seek to ‘strengthen the dialogue’ with help from consultant; security camera policy debated 

Weekly News Update – 02/20/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/20/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • 2022 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING & FY23 BUDGET TIMELINE • Learn more about the Zoning Articles proposed for Town Meeting 2022 • Did You Know? Trustees of School Fund • HMS principal: Students have made ‘inappropriate, unkind, racist comments’ to 

Weekly News Update – 02/13/2022

Weekly News Update – 02/13/2022

Update: Town Election Candidates 2022 • Select Board roundup: Lykan TIF presented; COVID optimism expressed • SELECT BOARD ACTIONS TAKEN 02/08/22 • Mass. will stop requiring masks in public schools. It’s an uneasy milestone for many • Health Department discusses target data for making masks 

Weekly News Update – 01/16/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/16/2022

Health director: Expect COVID surge to continue through February; Omicron now dominant variant • Business Briefs: Details shared on 17 Main redesign; RE/MAX Executive Realty ‘top place to work’ • School Committee roundup: No support for trail proposal; budget vote upcoming • Parks and Rec roundup: Concern about PFAS might delay 

Weekly News Update – 01/09/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/09/2022

COVID-19 Updates & Precautions January 7, 2021 update • School Committee discusses strategy for dealing with COVID surge: Case numbers ‘are a little bit alarming’ • Superintendent clarifies updated HPS COVID policy: 10-day isolation for positive cases • ‘We don’t have enough staff ‘: What 

Weekly News Update – 01/02/2022

Weekly News Update – 01/02/2022

2022 Annual Town Meeting Notice • Town wide Community event on MLK Day 2022: Invitations to participants and attendees • COVID-19 Updates & Precautions • Hopkinton – Face Covering policy inside municipal buildings • New Health Department Vaccine Clinic Calendar • Russ Phipps celebrates 100th 

Weekly News Update – 12/19/2021

Weekly News Update – 12/19/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • PUBLIC NOTICE ON PFAS ISSUE: Bottled Water Rebate Application • Covid-19 Update and Precautions • Divided School Committee votes to make masks mandatory at HHS due to surge in COVID-19 cases • Town shares guidance on international travel during winter break 

Weekly News Update – 11/21/2021

Weekly News Update – 11/21/2021

Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • With many children able to get COVID vaccine, these Massachusetts communities have the most 5-11-year-olds already vaccinated; Search for your community • Hopkinton Town Hall Pfizer 5-11 Clinic • Upper Charles Trail Committee Meeting Live on HCAM December 8th • School