The Township of Hopkinton, NY is the fifth town of the first ten towns in St. Lawrence Co.
The first settlers came in 1802. The Township is located in the Southeast corner of St. Law. Co., in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. It has an elevation of 1,273 feet. On the East side it borders Franklin County and on the south side it borders Piercefield. This last section of the township use to be referred to as the "south woods".
Hopkinton is well known for its friendly citizens and community minded activities. Booklets of a self-guided car tour of the Historical parts of Hopkinton are available upon request from the Historian’s office. In the last ten years thousands of people come to the annual Summer Fest the third weekend in July. Music, games for kids, entertainment, tractor pulls and lawn mower races at no cost to our guests. Food can be purchased at a reasonable rate.
Hopkinton Town Hall
2nd Friday of each month
Contact Georgia Macy 328-4168 for more info
July 18, 19, 2014
Meetings are held the last Thursday of each month
starting in March.
New members needed.
Contact Susan Lyon, Co-Chair 328-4183
Vickie French, Co-Chair 328-4474
Check us out on Facebook: Hopkinton Summer Fest
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discriminating on the basis of race, color, national
origin, age, disability, religion, sex, and familial
status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all
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Town of Hopkinton | 7 Church Street| Hopkinton, NY 12965 |
Phone: (315) 328-4187
| Fax: (315) 328-4585