Hopkinton Town Hall
1 Town House Road
Hopkinton, RI 02833
Tel: (401) 377-7777 Fax: (401) 377-7788
Open 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – Monday through Friday
Closed on holidays.
Hopkinton residents are asked to assist the Town by identifying areas that may be at risk due to natural hazards. The Hopkinton Hazard Mitigation Committee is beginning the process to update the Town’s Hazardous Mitigation Plan. Your input is crucial to this process. By completing this anonymous, short one-to-two minute survey, you can help the committee members prioritize hazards, such as: flooding, ice storms, and wind, which will make the community safer and better prepared before, during and after a natural disaster. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation
Hopkinton is an historic town located in the southwest corner of Rhode Island. The size of the town is 44 square miles and the population is approximately 8,000. It was incorporated in March 1757 and consists of four villages, Ashaway, Bradford, Hope Valley, and Rockville. Hopkinton has over 1,000 acres of open space, supporting various recreational activities, including hiking, fishing and canoeing.
Hopkinton is part of the Chariho School District, which also includes the towns of Charlestown and Richmond.