The City of Stevens Point is updating various sections of the Municipal Code of Ordinances which relate to existing structures, rental properties, maintenance, and subsequent land uses within the City. You can participate by taking a brief online survey.
The April, 2017 EAP Connection and Health Newsletters have been published. These free resources are provided by ERC, our Employee Assistance Program, and Ministry Health.
In this episode of "Talking Point with Mayor Mike," Mayor Wiza and guest Mark Kordus, the new City Neighborhood Improvement Coordinator, discuss the Stevens Point Neighborhood Improvement & Property Maintenance Department and the ongoing Community Survey.
Talking Point can be seen on Community TV, channel 984 on Charter Spectrum TV, at the following times:
The City's low-power FM radio station, WSNP-LP 105.9 FM, is now streaming. It can be heard on the City's website using any browser, and free mobile apps are available for Android and iPhone/iPad users. The apps make it easier to listen on mobile devices.
"Now that we're streaming the radio station, people have another way to keep up with all of the great things going on in Stevens Point - from anywhere in the country," said Mayor Mike Wiza. "Not only can they hear the great music, but also ...Read More
The Stevens Point Tourism Commission is accepting proposals for use of future room tax funds, which will granted to non-profit organizations exempt from Federal Taxation under Section (3) of the Internal Revenue code or service/civic/organizations.
Stevens Point is one of 18 Wisconsin cities that Millennial Personal Finance ranked as the 500 best (out of 5,000+) cities in the US for outdoor lovers using their Outdoor Lover Index, indicative of the number of outdoor places per person in a given city.
The April 18 County Board meeting video is online. It will play on Community TV (Charter ch. 984) and on WSNP-LP, 105.9 FM radio, Wednesday, April 19 at 5 & 11 pm, and Thursday, April 20 at 7:30 am.
The April 17 City Council meeting video is online. It will play on Community TV (Charter ch. 984) and on WSNP-LP, 105.9 FM radio, Tuesday, April 18 at 5 & 11 pm, and Wednesday, April 19 at 7:30 am.
On May 31, Microsoft & our video host will end support of all versions of Internet Explorer that are older than IE 11. Users of older versions might still be able to watch our videos, but if they have technical problems, there will be no help available.
Episode 73 of "Portage County Matters," produced by Portage County Executive Patty Dreier and Stevens Point Community TV, features special guest Jen McNelly discussing the countywide Water Quality Study.
"Portage County Matters" can be seen on Community TV, digital channel 984 on Charter Communications at the following times:
The Goerke and Mead Park tennis and pickleball courts are open for use. (Subject to change without notice because of changes in conditions.)
The Stevens Point Police Department is hiring a Full Time Police Officer. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 pm on Tuesday, May 9. Salary for a recruit with training is $4,316.62 (monthly), and for a Recruit without training, $4076.44 (monthly).
The 2016 Police Dept. Annual Report contains a Crime Summary; Arrest Summary; Strategic Direction; Staff Roster; and reports from Administrative Services, Operations, Emergency Management & Civilian Services, Fleet Maintenance, SWAT, etc.
"Re-Art Revived" is a revival, due to popular demand, of the Riverfront Arts Center’s 2013 recycled art exhibit. It is a juried exhibit designed to show that sophisticated, fine art creations can come from found, discarded, or recycled materials.
Use of found, discarded, no longer used, or recycled materials as 75% of the art piece is mandatory. 2-D and 3-D works, including but not limited to paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, pottery, collage, glasswork, metalwork and stonework will be ...Read More