The City of Hopkins is dedicated to improving the overall sustainability and resilience of the community. Learn more about the ways that Hopkins is working to be responsible stewards of the environment.
Each year, City staff presents an update on sustainability initiatives and accomplishments to the City Council.
At the May 9 council meeting, Special Projects and Initiatives Manager PeggySue Imihy Bean provided an update on continued initiatives around sustainability, an update on the Hopkins Heat Vulnerability Study and an overview of the Hopkins Climate Solutions Fund.
View the full Sustainability Update Memorandum (PDF) from the May 9, 2023 council meeting.
Learn about the City of Hopkins' sustainability initiatives.
The City of Hopkins has achieved Step 3 in the Minnesota GreenStep Cities Program.
The City of Hopkins is offering incentives to residents and businesses to accelerate our transition to cleaner and more efficient energy.
The City is engaging residents, property owners, and others to gain a better understanding of what concerns people have and how they would like to address extreme heat events.
The City of Hopkins, with grant funding from the Nine Mile Creek Watershed, has created a demonstration garden in Valley Park to show the environmental benefits of pollinator-friendly native landscaping.
The Hopkins community and Xcel Energy will be partnering through the Partners in Energy program to build upon past community energy discussions and plans and help Hopkins develop and implement a strategic energy plan.
Find sustainability-related resources for residents and businesses.