Hopkins Public Works 11100 Excelsior Blvd, Hopkins, MN55343 The Public Works Department is an organization devoted to maintaining space, public equipment and infrastructure in…More Hopkins. The department consists of six divisions: water and utilities, building and equipment services, engineering, streets and traffic, refuse and recycling, and parks and forestry.
This park in Hopkins' is at the city's heart, both physically and metaphorically. Plaques are set about to remember…More residents who made the town what it is. Other memorials honor veterans. Even the benches have been given in honor or in memory of someone.
The park is also a place for fun. It's home to Music in the Park every summer, and the Hopkins Farmers Market takes place nearby from mid-June to October. With its location so close to downtown stores and restaurants, it's a good place for a picnic lunches beneath the shade trees.
Brentwood Park Townhomes 1301 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN55305 Brentwood Apartments and Townhomes is a very large complex of several buildings located on Highway 7 just east of…More Hopkins Crossroads. Built in 1956, it offers units ranging in size from studio apartments to two bedroom townhouse units with both front and back entrances. Rents range from $530 to $1,100 a month.
Raspberry Ridge Apartments is a 65-unit apartment complex. It started as a high school, became a junior high, which…More then made way for apartments with unique floor plans, multiple laundry facilities and a well-lit parking lot. There are one-, two- and three-bedroom family apartments that are affordable, well-cared for and Section 8 subsidized.
The complex is located just off of Main Street, adjacent to Hopkins Activity Center and near shopping and bus lines. Call for availability and application information.
Valley Park 801 7th St S, Hopkins, MN55343 Valley Park has extensive playground equipment for children to play on. It also has basketball courts, softball…More fields, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, even an archery range. The whole park is dominated by a hill that is perfect for sledding. Groups may rent the picnic shelters and alcoholic beverages are also allowed with a special permit, available through the website.
Park Valley Playground 7th St S & 6th Ave S, Hopkins, MN55343 Park Valley Playground is actually a modest neighborhood park ensconced in a residential area. In addition to the…More expected playground equipment such as swings and slides, it also has a basketball court and picnic shelter. A nearby grassy field even offers ample space for a pick-up football game.
Hopkins Public Schools Hopkins High School 2400 Lindbergh Dr, Minnetonka, MN55305 Hopkins High School draws students from all or part of seven of the metro area's western suburbs: Hopkins, Minnetonka,…More Edina, Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, St. Louis Park and Plymouth. It is the state's first National School of Excellence and helps students excel in a variety of arenas. Fifteen Advanced Placement-specific courses, plus fifteen more subject areas that correspond to AP course descriptions, offer students a shot college credit. It offers up to six levels of language instruction in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German and Spanish. Students interested in technology can study advanced television production, obtain A+ Computer Technician Certification or use the school's state-of-the-art music production lab. Opportunities in the fine arts also abound, including several choir and musical groups, theater and art courses.