The City of Hopkins is managed through seven departments, each with a department head that reports to the City Manager. Each department is in charge of several different programs.
The City Manager is responsible for executing the policies adopted by the City Council.
The assessing department assists property owners with Homestead classification and works with Hennepin County on property valuations.
The City Clerk serves as the point of contact for most city business license and permits.
These divisions comprise the Community Services Department.
The City of Hopkins Finance Department is responsible for maintaining the accounting system, and monitoring compliance with the budgetary controls and financial policies established by the City Manager and City Council.
The Hopkins Fire Department will provide quality fire response, prevention services, emergency medical, hazardous materials and emergency preparedness that make a positive difference every day.
The Inspections Department is a division within the Community Services Department.
Planning & Development
Find information on housing, available properties, inspections, renting and HRAs.
The vision of the Hopkins Police is to be recognized as a progressive law enforcement agency striving to enhance the quality of life for all citizens. Read about police records, crime prevent tips, crime reports and more.
The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the City's infrastructure, buildings, equipment and open space, and for providing services to meet other essential needs of the City.
Since 1967, the Cities of Hopkins and Minnetonka have jointly planned and provided community recreation for their residents.