Your Home & Yard
Save Money On Energy
The City of Hopkins partners with the Home Energy Squad to offer reduced cost energy audits of your home.
Reminder for House Numbers
Visible house numbers are an invaluable aid in providing services to your home. City emergency personnel and garbage collection, recycling, and utility crews rely on house numbers that can be seen from the street or alley to correctly service your property. Make sure your house numbers are visible by posting numbers that are:
- At least 4 inches high
- In a contracting color to that of your house
Register Your Alarm Systems
If you have a fire or burglar alarm system in your house, remember to register annually.
Find information about building and remodeling in Hopkins.
The City of Hopkins requires the seller to provide prospective buyers with information about the condition of the house and garage through a Truth-In-Housing inspection.
The City of Hopkins and its residents take pride in the character and upkeep of the residential areas in Hopkins.
Here you can learn about property taxes, such as the appeals process, homestead classification, property value, special assessments and fees, and refunds and programs.
Learn about what Hopkins residents need to do to sell their home.
Over the past few years, the City has experienced an increase in the number of vacant properties. In an effort to ensure that vacant properties do not create health, safety, and crime issues, the City Council passed the Vacant Property Registration Ordinance in February 2010.
Discover various sources and helpful reminders for maintaining yards and gardens in Hopkins.