The City Clerk serves as the point of contact for most city business license and permits. The City Clerk also:
- Prepares council agendas
- Updates the city code of ordinances and policies
- Serves as the city’s authority on data practices
- Leads and coordinates elections
- Provides administrative support to the City Council and City Manager
Pets add companionship, loyalty, pleasure, and sheer fun to your life. The City of Hopkins regulates pets so that everyone can enjoy animals safely and without annoyance.
Here you can find information on business licenses.
The City Code, specific ordinances, approved minutes, and other City documents can all be found in the City's online archive directory.
The Hopkins City Code contains the municipal laws adopted by the City Council in the form of ordinances.
The Minnesota Government Data Practices Act gives you, and all other members of the public, the right to see and have copies of public data that we keep.
The domestic partnership registry is a means by which unmarried, committed couples who reside in Hopkins and who share a life and home together may document their relationship.
The City Clerk's Office is available to answer any questions about absentee voting, polling locations, voter registration and service as an election judge.