What City services/programs have been suspended or cancelled?
  • All Hopkins-Minnetonka recreation programming set to start in May or June has either been canceled or postponed. Updates on adult kickball, softball and soccer leagues will be announced soon. Recreation staff will be reaching out to individual registrants with more information..
  • All rental license inspections and interior dwelling complaint inspections are suspended until further notice. See the rental license webpage and the property maintenance complaints webpage for more details. 
  • Free tax assistance at the Hopkins Activity Center is suspended until further notice.
  • The Hopkins Fire Department hiring process for part-time firefighters is suspended until further notice.
  • Hopkins Public Works’ spring bulk item drop-off event on April 24-25 is cancelled.

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1. What City facilities are open to the public? What facilities are closed?
2. What City events have been cancelled or postponed?
3. What City services/programs have been suspended or cancelled?
4. Do I have to wear a mask in Hopkins?
5. Can I expect the same level of service from City departments during the pandemic?
6. What City meetings have been cancelled?
7. Will voting be affected by COVID-19?
8. How can I stay informed about City actions?
9. Where can I find the most up-to-date information about the COVID-19 situation in Minnesota
10. How can I participate in a City Council meeting?
11. Are parks, trails and open spaces open to the public?
12. What can I do to protect myself and the community?
13. What should I do if I have experienced or witnessed COVID-discrimination?
14. Am I being targeted by a COVID-related scam?
15. When is the Burnes Park Splash Pad Opening?