Boating Safety Classes – 2017

The Boating Safety Class for 2017 will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017  and Saturday, April 1, 2017 at the Hopkinton Faith Community Church, in Hopkinton. This is a TWO FULL DAY class, details are in the link below.  This class fills up quickly, so if you are interested, please sign up ASAP!






Lake Maspenock Preservation Association

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September 18, 2016

Lake Area Residents:

After a beautiful summer, it is now approaching the time that the annual draw down of the lake begins.  The timing of the draw down is mandated by a permit received from the Hopkinton Conservation Commission and must begin no earlier than September 15th and no later than October 1st.  The exact date can vary from year to year based upon the level of the lake coming out of the summer.  The formal draw down has not yet commenced because of the drought conditions that we have experienced this summer. The reduction of the lake level now occurring is from natural evaporation.  The formal draw down will not begin prior to October 1st unless we receive significant precipitation in the next week or so.  The exact date that the draw down will commence has not been set, but please understand that it could start any time between now and October 1st.  This year’s reduction in the level of the lake is anticipated to be 48-52 inches.

Please be aware of the draw down process and arrange for the removal of boats and docks accordingly.

Have a great autumn,


The Officers and Executive Board

Lake Maspenock Preservation Association

Public Forum Announcement from DPW and Weed Management Advisory Group


The Hopkinton DPW, Conservation Commission, and Parks & Rec. Dept., in concert with the Advisory Group, will sponsor a Public Forum for Hopkinton residents on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

A formal Comprehensive Weed Management and Control Plan will be developed for monitoring and control of nuisance and invasive weed problems specific to Lake Maspenock. Hopkinton residents are urged to attend the Public Forum in order to provide feedback and ask questions about benefits and ecological impact from the proposed plan (‘the Plan’). The Plan is expected to be submitted to the Board of Selectmen in late October 2016.

Additional information will be posted in Town Hall and on the Town website;