The latest Live Well, Work Well Newsletter (June 2013) is available on the city website's Employees Resources - Health and Wellness Programs page.
The latest All About Health Newsletter (June 2013) from Ministry Medical Group is available on the city website's Employees Resources - Health and Wellness Programs page.
A flyer just posted in the Employee Resources area of the City website helps answer the question, "Which pays first, the HSA or the FSA?" and explains how HSA, the Limited Health Care FSA, and your Benny Card work together to add convenience to your plan.
The National Bike Challenge is an opportunity for City of Stevens Point employees to earn points (money deposited into your HSA) in the Citys Wellness Incentive Program. The Challenge started May 1, but you can join any time before it ends on Sept. 30.
To qualify for HSA incentive points, you must bike an average of 5 miles per week throughout the entire challenge – or 200 miles total between the day you sign up and September 30. When the challenge is over... Read More
The Fire Department's 24-page Annual Report includes Financials, Operations, Fire Prevention, Training, Fire Investigation, Tech Rescue, EMS, Grants, Personnel, and much more.
Garbage and Recylables will not be picked up on Thursday, July 4, and the Drop-Off will be closed.
We can offer you great savings on tickets to Noah's Ark, Mount Olympus, and the Milwaukee Zoo. (We DO NOT have tickets to Great America at this time.) We accept cash, checks, and credit or debit cards. Save 25-45% over gate prices!
Visions XV, an annual juried exhibit featuring art in various media, will be on display at the Riverfront Arts Center through July 21. Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm; Saturday - Sunday, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm. Admission is free!
The CDA seeks purchase and redevelopment proposals from experienced developers with the financial capability to carry out the redevelopment plan proposed.
The Community Development Authority (CDA) leases the property located at 1101 Centerpoint Drive (the Property) and seeks proposals for the sublease/purchase and redevelopment/remodel of the Property. The current lease on the... Read More
June 10 Personnel Commission Meeting Minutes have been posted.
Minutes of Several CDA Meetings have been posted.
June 3 Plan Commission Meeting Minutes have been posted.
May 23 Transportation Commission Meeting Minutes have been posted.
May 31 Joint Review Board Meeting Minutes have been posted.
June 18 June 18 County Board meeting video has been posted. The meeting is scheduled to play on Community TV Wednesday, June 19 at 5:00 pm & 11:00 pm, and Thurs., June 20 at 7:30 am.
June 17 City Council meeting video has been posted. The meeting is scheduled to play on Community TV Tuesday, June 18 at 5:00 pm & 11:00 pm, and Wed., June 19 at 7:30 am.
June 10 City Committee and Special Council meeting videos have been posted. The meetings are scheduled to play on Community TV Tuesday, June 11 at 5:00 pm, Wed., June 12 at 1:00 am & 7:30 am.
City Committee meetings play at 5:00 pm & 11:00 pm Tuesdays, and at 7:30 am Wednesdays. School Board meetings play at 7:00 pm (or immediately after City Committees) on Tuesdays, at 5:00 pm & 11:00 pm on Wednesdays, and at 7:30 am on Thursdays.
We can offer you great savings on tickets to Noah's Ark, Mount Olympus, Great America, and the Milwaukee Zoo. We accept cash, checks, and credit or debit cards. Save 25-45% over gate prices!
The boardwalk through the cattail marsh in Schmeeckle Reserve (just west of the visitor center) is under construction. The Green Circle Trail has been temporary detoured to NorthPoint Drive and through the visitor center parking lot.
Free Movies in the Park Pfiffner Park Bandshell Fridays at 7:30 pm (Dusk) Free Admission, Popcorn, and Soda. June 14: The Pirates Band of Misfits; June 21: Escape From Planet Earth; June 28: The Lorax; July 12: Madagascar 3; July 19: Wreck It Ralph
City Band concerts are held Wednesdays evenings at 7:00 PM in the bandshell at Pfiffner Pioneer Park. Bring your blanket or lawn chair and your family and friends to enjoy music by the beautiful Wisconsin River.
Central Wisconsin Reading Council sponsors a summer read-aloud and lending library at KASH Park on Thursdays (June 20-August 15) 10:30-11:00 am (weather permitting). Read-alouds will be led by librarians and teachers.
The read aloud selections will represent a variety of interests and genres to entertain pre-elementary through elementary age children.
To participate, look for the Little Free Library near the parking spaces, dash down... Read More
A Sex Offender will be released in the Stevens Point area on 06/11/2013. The sex offender in this bulletin, Bernard G. Tainter, has been convicted of First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child.
Bernard G. Tainter has completed his required sentence and has been released from prison under the supervision of the Department of Corrections.
The Stevens Point Police Department is releasing the attached information... Read More
The theme for the Visions Community Photography Show is "What Moves You?" The story in your photo, a picture, is worth a thousand words. Interpret someone, something, or some place special. Tell a story, capture a moment. Decide what moves you and click!
The Riverfront Arts Center will be accepting up to 3 photos per person for a non-refundable fee of $7 per photo. Bring 8 x 10 print only to the Riverfront Arts Center between June 15 & July 2. We will matt them all the same... Read More
Gloomy weather and allergies got you feeling down? Think of how happy you'll be listening to live music, eating great food, and drinking cool beverages in the warm sun with your friends in Pfiffner Park along the Wisconsin River July 4, 5, & 6.
The contractor for the new Kwik Trip has closed Old Hwy. 18 between Hwy. 10 E. and Nick’s Rd. The driveway to the Fairfield Inn at 5317 Hwy. 10 E is accessible. There is a detour route posted. The contractor estimates this closure will last 5-6 days.
Division Street will be closed to through traffic from 6:00 a.m. Monday, June 10, until approximately June 28 (weather permitting) for utility and street reconstruction at the intersection of Division and Ellis.
Access to local businesses and residences will be maintained during the reconstruction of the intersection. A signed detour will be in place to redirect through traffic to Michigan Avenue.
Please slow down in... Read More
The City Bus Whiting/West Side Route is now serving the Pioneer Place Apartments and Emy J’s area. A "Request Only" bus stop sign has been placed on First St. in front of the Pioneer Place Apartments and directly across the street from Emy J.’s patio.
Pick-up and drop off times are approximately :30 (best if you would like to connect with another bus at Shopko) and :47 (best if you are taking the Whiting/West Side bus to your destination).
The Whiting/West Side bus can... Read More
Stevens Point Transit has a Travel Trainer to assist anyone to learn to ride the bus system safely and confidently. The program is individualized to meet the needs of the rider and all skill levels are welcome to take advantage of this free service.
People with special needs are especially encouraged to work with our experienced Trainer to develop a plan for success at independent travel. If you have questions that will help you to feel confident in your bus riding... Read More
The City Bus has a Freedom Pass for students under age 18 for only $20 that allows them to have unlimited rides from June 7-Sept. 2. It’s a great ways for students to get around town this summer. Freedom Passes may be purchased at Trig’s or Shopko.
May 17 is the last day of Campus Route service, including the Campus Connection, Campus Shopping, Late Night Transit, and Point Plus. Campus Route service resumes Sept. 3. Please visit us on our Regular Routes this summer.
Award-winning Wisconsin WWTP adopts green filters
The Stevens Point Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Stevens Point, Wis., is located in a university town of 25,000 residents. It keeps the local environment clean by treating an average of 3 million gal of sewage a day... Read More
"New York City prides itself on being the biggest and the best, but when it comes to water quality, Stevens Point, Wisconsin just gave the Big Apple a serious whooping" reports the Wall Street Journal.
"New York City prides itself on being the biggest and the best, but when it comes to water quality, Stevens Point, Wisconsin just gave the Big Apple a serious whooping" reports the Wall Street Journal. "Stevens... Read More
The new program, Water Star, honors cities that have taken important steps to protect surface water and groundwater, such as strengthening stormwater controls, ensuring water quality, and encouraging residents to conserve water.
The new program, Water Star, was launched on Earth Day and honors cities, villages, towns and counties that have taken important steps to protect surface water and groundwater, such as strengthening stormwater controls,... Read More