Individuals who wish to vote early in the Spring Primary may vote in-person starting Wednesday, January 31, 2018. Voters must bring proper photo identification. Voters may also submit a written request/application to have an absentee ballot sent to them.
City Clerk John Moe reminds voters that they have two options for voting absentee.The first option is to vote in-person. Beginning Wednesday, January 31, 2018, voters can vote at the City Clerk’s Office in City Hall.
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Deep vein thrombosis is caused by blood clotting in your deeper veins, usually a lower leg or thigh. As the clotting gets worse, a portion of it may break free and travel to the heart and lungs causing a blockage of lung arteries (pulmonary embolism).
The November 2017 Wisconsin Retirement System Newsletter features information about Free Online Financial Fitness Program, WRS Contribution Rates to Decrease, New Video Series: Your Health Benefits in Retirement, and Information for Domestic Partners.
The City of Stevens Point has brought back self-serve sand barrels for residential sidewalk use. There are four barrels located regionally throughout the City. Sand is also still available to residents Free-of-Charge at the City Garage at 100 Sixth Ave.
Always free, always connected, the NextRadio app is another great way listen to WSNP-LP 105.9 FM radio on your mobile device. NextRadio lets you tune to WSNP-LP by using your smartphone’s built-in FM chip, so listening does not use up your data plan!
NextRadio is a free smartphone/mobile device app that allows you to listen to live, local FM radio like the City of Stevens Point's low-power FM station, 105.9 WSNP-LP, which plays local government meetings, information programs, and a library of great mu...Read More
In this episode of "Talking Point with Mayor Mike," Mayor Wiza's special guests are Patti Rous and Amy WIza from the Wisconsin / Nicaragua Partnerships of America and the Stevens Point / Esteli Partnership.
Talking Point can be seen on Community TV, channel 984 on Charter Spectrum TV, at the following times:
On February 22, Stevens Point will be featured on the PBS TV show "Around the Corner with John McGivern." John will be hosting a Preview Party & Early Screening at Sentry Theater on Tuesday, February 20 at 6:30 pm. Doors open at 6:00. The event is Free.
After the screening of the TV show, there will be a Q&A session John McGivern and the "Around the Corner" crew.
Watch this short promo video about the Preview Party:
Watch this short Preview of the Stevens Point Episode:
Stevens Point's Iverson Park is featured in Travel Wisconsin's article, "Downhill Thrills: 5 Unique Wisconsin Sledding Hills." "Everyone can find something they love to do at this all-encompassing winter recreational park, "the article states.
We have vacancies on our Deer Management Committee, which works with local pantries, the DNR & the Police Dept., assessing/recommending options for deer herd management within the City. Typically meets 4-6 times/year. City residents, apply if interested.
The City of Stevens Point is now taking applications for these seasonal positions. Starting pay $9.48-$10.10. Perform general maintenance inside and outside in the parks, and ball diamond preparation. Must have Wis. Driver's License & good driving record.
The City of Stevens Point is now taking applications for these part-time, seasonal positions. Starting pay $9.48 for cashiers, $9.79 for Lifeguards. Apply by February 28.
February's City of Stevens Point Board, Commission, and Committee minutes, and January's Common Council minutes have been posted.
Watch Dist. 8 Alderperson, County Executive, & County Dist. 25 Supervisor Candidates Forums on Ch. 984 Fri., Feb. 16 at 8:00 PM; Sat., Feb 17 at 1:30 PM and 9:00 PM; and Mon., Feb. 19 at 5:00 PM. They are also on our YouTube Channel & our Video Archive.
The February 12 City Committee meeting videos are online. They will all play on Community TV (Charter Spectrum channel 984) and on WSNP-LP radio, 105.9 FM, Tuesday, February 13 at 5 & 10 pm, and Wednesday, February 14 at 7:30 am.
Episode 82 of "Portage County Matters," produced by Portage County Executive Patty Dreier and Stevens Point Community TV, features special guest Cindy Piotrowski discussing the Aging & Disability Resource Center and its Nutrition Programs.
The Goerke and Mead Park tennis and pickleball courts are closed for the season.
City of Stevens Point Parking Permits can be purchased online, Parking Kiosk Accounts can be set up online, and Parking Citations can be paid online. All of these new services, and more information about them, can be found on our Parking Information Page.
The Stevens Point Police Dept.'s new K-9 Program (except personnel) is paid for through the generosity of individual citizens, groups, and local business owners. We need your donations to help pay for the dog's training, vet bills, food, and equipment.
Two old stops have been removed, two new ones have been added, and portions of the route on Prentice, Maria, and Academy will no longer be in use. Some portions remain unchanged, so be sure to get familiar with the changes before you ride. See you soon!
New North Point RouteVia Prentice St
The Iverson Park Winter Sports Area is open Fri. 6 - 9 pm, Sat. Noon - 8 pm, Sun. Noon - 5 pm. Our hours are subject to change without notice and are dependent on weather and snow conditions. All areas except the ski trails are lighted for night use.
Goerke Park warming house supervised hours: Mon. - Fri., 6 - 9 pm, Sat., Noon - 8 pm, Sun., Noon - 5 pm. Outdoor ice rink lights will be on until 9 pm. All hours are subject to change without notice and are dependent on weather conditions.