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Plan Commission
Cities in Wisconsin are authorized by state statutes to establish a Plan Commission. In general, plan commissions advise their local governing body on comprehensive planning and land use issues, and may make related decisions that are delegated by the governing body. A primary role of the Commission is to prepare and administer a comprehensive plan while providing leadership and insight into opportunities and challenges that confront the community.

The Commission meets the first Monday of each month at 6:00 pm. The Community Development Department provides staffing for the Commission. The deadline for applications is two weeks prior to the meeting by 4:00 p.m.

The Commission reviews the following types of requests: 
  • Annexation Requests 
  • Certified Survey Map Review 
  • Conditional Use Requests 
  • Planned Unit Development Review 
  • Public Right-of-Way Vacation 
  • Rezoning Requests 
  • Site, Building, and Landscape Reviews 
  • Subdivision Plat Review

To appear before the Plan Commission, please complete the appropriate application (for Conditional Use Permits, Rezoning, Variances, etc.) on our Applications Page.

View the list of Plan Commission members.
News and Announcements - View All
Building Permits Required for Fences & Driveways
To obtain a fence or driveway permit, now required by the Inspection Department, complete the "building" section of the building permit application and bring that, along with a site plan outlining the proposed improvements, to the Inspection Dept. office. Read More
Disposing of Furniture and Other Bulk Items in the City
A reminder to students & other residents doing Spring cleaning or preparing to move - interior furniture & other bulk items are not allowed outside your dwelling, and definitely not on the curb. The City offers a curbside pick-up service for $10 per item. Read More
Request for Proposals: Purchase Vacant Lot, Build Single Family Home
The Stevens Point Redevelopment Authority seeks proposals for the purchase of vacant property at 101 Georgia St. and construction of a single family home there. Buyers must be able to complete construction within 18 months of the transfer of the property. Read the RFP for Complete Information (pdf)
Downtown Façade Improvement Grant Program Taking Applications
Funds are available for downtown commercial façade building restoration & renovation improvements. Grant application & design review can be approved prior to construction season. Grants can potentially cover 40% of total project costs. Apply by May 25. Get More Information

City of Wonderful Water
City of Stevens Point, 1515 Strongs Ave., Stevens Point, WI 54481 | Phone 715-346-1569