The City invites you to “come see what Hopewell is all about.” Their website offers a wealth of information on resources, schools, local initiatives and more.
The local newspaper and online news provider is a great guide to events in and around Hopewell and information on locally owned businesses, shops, restaurants and services.
Natural Beauty & Outdoor Recreation
Home of the James River Ecology School
Activities include nature hikes, canoeing and birding.
History that sets the stage for the future
Hopewell’s history reflects the history of America – from early plantations to key Civil War sites and modern industrial complexes. The Historic Hopewell Foundation helps to preserve the City’s heritage and presents museums at Weston Plantation and City Point, among other historic sites throughout Hopewell.
The HDP is dedicated to building a healthy, vibrant, and prosperous central downtown district for the Hopewell Community.
This architectural gem of the 1920’s sits majestically downtown and is available for special events and rentals. The City is working to restore this Art Deco building to its former glory.