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On March 16, Mayor Jason Gadd issued a local emergency declaration. This declaration invokes the City’s emergency operations/management plans and pandemic response plans related to the coronavirus outbreak. Fire Chief Dale Specken and City Manager Mike Mornson are leading this emergency effort, in coordination with the City’s senior staff. The Hopkins City Council will continue to receive briefings as necessary.
The City of Hopkins is working closely with Hennepin County Emergency Management Services and the Minnesota Department of Health to monitor and update protocols to keep residents and staff safe as the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Minnesota continues to rise.
At this time, the City is following Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recommendations and has made the following changes and cancellations to City programming:
The March 14 Squirrel Nut Zippers concert that was cancelled has been rescheduled to October 24, 2020.
All rental license inspections and interior dwelling complaint inspection are cancelled until further notice. See the rental license webpage and the property maintenance complaints webpage for more details.
All essential services, including police and fire, will continue to operate as normal.
City staff will also be working to provide necessary services to the community. Residents and community members are encouraged to connect with staff through the Hopkins website, by phone or by email. Anyone in need of immediate (non-emergency) assistance should call should call the City’s main line at 952-935-8474.
City officials will communicate any significant City-related status updates as they happen on the City of Hopkins website at www.hopkinsmn.com/1045/COVID-19 .
In the meantime, you can help protect yourself and others in the community by:
The Minnesota Department of Health website is updated frequently with the latest information about COVID-19. Individuals in need of more information can call the MDH hotline at 651-201-3920.
Local businesses are critical to the economy, vitality and hometown feel of Hopkins. COVID-19 has created a lot of uncertainty and challenges for many business owners and employees.
We have put together a list of information and links to resources to help you navigate through this unprecedented time.