1. Release of Sex Offender to Stevens Point: Jeffrey Woodworth

    A Sex Offender will be released in the Stevens Point area on 10/27/2020. The sex offender in the attached bulletin, Jeffrey Woodworth. Read More
  2. State of Emergency in Response to Covid-19 Cases at Stevens Point Fire Department.

    The Stevens Point Police & Fire Commission is set to issue a state of emergency in the wake of confirmed positive cases of Covid-19 within the City's Fire Department. Read More
  3. CREATE Portage County Wins Prominent Economic Development Award

    CREATE Portage County today was presented with their 2020 Community and Economic Development Award (CEDA) at the organization’s IDEA Center in Steven Point, WI. Read More
  4. Stevens Point Celebrates Arbor Day

    Stevens Point celebrated Arbor Day on Friday October 23, 2020 in Bukolt Park. Mayor Wiza, along with city forestry personnel planted a Magyar Ginkgo along the riverfront among the City’s Memorial Trees. Read More
  5. Drug Investigation -UPDATE

    Both subjects were taken into custody and are both being held on Probation Holds as well as possession of methamphetamine with further charges to come. Read More
  6. Historic Preservation / Design Review Vacancy

    The City of Stevens Point is seeking candidates for an open seat on the Historic Preservation / Design Review Commission. Read More
  7. Notice of Public Test of Electronic Voting Equipment

    Public test of the electronic voting equipment to be used in the City of Stevens Point for the November 3, 2020 General Election will be conducted at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020. Read More
  8. West-side loop of Green Circle Trail Closed Monday until Thursday.

    The west-side loop of the Green Circle Trail, from West River Drive to Zinda Drive will be closed Monday, Oct. 26th at 8am until Thursday, Oct. 29th at 8am for utility line clearing.
  1. Business 51 Project – Thanks for Your Input

    Thank you to all who shared their feedback. The next steps will be to summarize the survey results & select alternatives to evaluate in detail, which will take a few months. We anticipate sharing potential design options with you in early 2021. Visit the Project Website
  2. Early In-Person Absentee Voting Hours for the General Election

    Early In-Person Absentee Voting will be held at City Hall Conference Rm. 1515 Strongs Ave., 7:30 - 4:00, October 20 - 23, & 7:30 - 5:00, October 26 - 30, and at the Stevens Point Police Dept. Community Rm. 933 Michigan Ave., Noon - 5:00, October 20 - 30. Get More Voting Information
  3. November 3, 2020 General Election Voter Information

    Voters are reminded to bring proper photo identification. We strongly encourage everyone to wear a mask when voting in person. If there you have any concerns about in-person voting, you are encouraged to request an absentee ballot before the deadline. Read More
  4. Bicycle Friendly Community Survey

    Stevens Point has applied for the League of American Bicyclists' Bicycle Friendly Community award, and the League wants to hear from residents, local area bicyclists, and bike advocates about your experiences and perceptions of bicycling in the community. Please Take the Bicycle Friendly Community Survey
  5. Mayoral Proclamation - United Way 75th Anniversary

    In this Mayor's Minute video, Stevens Point Mayor Mike Wiza presents a proclamation naming October 13, 2020 as United Way's 75th Anniversary and asks everyone to donate to the United Way. Read More
  6. 2021 Room Tax Grant Applications Available

    The Stevens Point Tourism Commission is accepting 2021 grant applications for room tax funds. Guidelines & application are online or can be picked up at the Parks, Rec. & Forestry office at 2442 Sims Ave., 7:30 - 3:30, M - F. Deadline is 3:30 pm Nov. 30. See the Grant Application & Guidelines
  7. Skyward Donates $10,000 to Stevens Point Police K9 Unit

    Monday, October 12, Skyward presented a check to the Stevens Point Police Department in the amount of $10,000 to support their K9 training program to cover K9 training expenses such as the Vohne Liche Nine Week Trainers Dual Purpose Police Dog Course. Read More
  8. Emergency Order #3: Limiting Public Gatherings

    A new order directed by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers through Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary designee Andrea Palm was issued to limit public gatherings to no more than 25 percent of a room or building’s total occupancy. Read More
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