Community Profile

Incorporated in 1765, the Town of Hopkinton was once the state capital and a popular stop on the passenger rail line between Boston and Montreal. The town was made up of three distinct entities: Hopkinton, mainly as a residential area; West Hopkinton, primarily the location for the town’s agricultural center; and Contoocook Village, the town’s business hub. To this day, the three entities of the town share the same zip code and school system.

Hopkinton and its business district of Contoocook Village offer small town ambiance through a blend of well preserved history and natural beauty. In addition to working farms and the oldest covered bridge railroad in the United States, both villages host a variety of eclectic shops and services.

News

Posted on
08/31/2019
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Posted on
04/17/2019
The district recently completed testing additional faucets for lead levels. During the second round of testing, one faucet in the Learning Center at Maple Street School exceeded the lead level threshold and was immediately removed from service until it could be remediated.
Posted on
03/26/2019
In February 2018, the State of New Hampshire adopted Senate Bill 247 "Preventing Childhood LeadPoisoning from Paint and Water." This bill requires that by July 1, 2019, all schools and licensedchildcare facilities in the state complete testing for lead in drinking water at all locations where water isavailable for consumption by children.
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