1. Bicycle Transportation Network Improvements Project

    Work has begun & should be done by September 25, including pavement marking removal & installing new markings. Roadway users can expect minor delays as work is being completed. See the map project for locations. See the Map
  2. City of Stevens Point Street Tree Watering

    The City of Stevens Point asks residents to water street trees in front of your homes when they are watering other trees on their property. This is especially important for recently-planted trees during hot & dry times like we presently are experiencing. Read More
  3. Release of Sex Offender in Stevens Point: Cory Wille

    Upon release from prison on August 18, Cory R. Wille will live at 1019 Arlington Pl., Stevens Point. He will be placed on supervision with the Wis. Dept. of Corrections & monitored by Probation agents with the Division of Community Corrections in Po. Co. Read More
  4. Release of Sex Offender in Stevens Point: Willy H. Jackson

    Upon release from prison on August 11, Willie H. Jackson will live at 1504 Water St., Stevens Point. He will be placed on supervision with the Wis. Dept. of Corrections & monitored by Probation agents with the Division of Community Corrections in Po. Co. Read More
  5. Living Tree Memorial Map Available on Website

    The Living Tree Memorial program is a partnership between the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin and the Stevens Point Forestry Department. Information on the program can be found on both organizations' websites. Read More
  6. Strategic Plan Visioning Sessions online

    If you missed the Strategic Plan Visioning Sessions you can watch them on our website at StevensPoint.com/Videos Additional Information
  7. City Comptroller-Treasurer’s Office Announces Photo Contest

    Comptroller-Treasurer’s Office would like to announce it will, once again, be having a photo contest, with the winning photo going on the front cover of the annual budget book. They are inviting the public to submit photos taken from around the City. Read More
  8. Street Sign Clearance

    The Forestry Department is currently clearing out street signs, and also focusing on areas around the schools. Read More
  1. Stevens Point Police Department’s K9 Barry has received donation of body armor

    Stevens Point Police Department’s K9 Barry has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. Read More
  2. Portage County EMS Open House/Forum canceled

    The Portage County EMS Open House/Forum scheduled for Wednesday, August 12th, 2020, from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM has been canceled. Read More
  3. The Importance of Wisconsin's Face Covering Order

    Governor Tony Evers declared a Public Health Emergency & issued an Emergency Order requiring individuals to wear face coverings when indoors & not in a private residence. The order is effective Aug. 1 - Sep. 28, 2020 or by a subsequent superseding order. Additional Information
  4. Stevens Point Opens Off-Leash Pet Swimming Area

    The City of Stevens Point held the grand opening for its new off-leash pet swimming area on Tuesday, July 28 at 4:00 pm in Mead Park near the 800 block of West River Drive. Read More
  5. Fire Fighters Convention Canceled, UTV Raffle Still On

    The 83rd Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin Convention and the Wisconsin Affiliate Leadership Training Seminar previously scheduled to be held in Stevens Point in October have been canceled due to increasing COVID-19 cases throughout the state. Read More
  6. Stevens Point Strategic Planning & Online Survey

    The City of Stevens Point has teamed up with Clive, Iowa-based Alchemy Community Transformations and CREATE Portage County to conduct a strategic planning process focused on addressing local challenges and developing a vision for the future. Read More
  7. “Black, White & Gray” Exhibit Call for Art

    The Riverfront Arts Center seeks submissions for their next exhibit, “Black, White & Gray." The exhibit’s concept is to create a gallery space that immerses viewers in a variety of subjects that are connected through the black, white, and gray palette. Read More
  8. Stevens Point Parks, Recreation, Forestry Dept. Grant Award – Automatic External Defibrillator

    The Stevens Point Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department is happy to announce that we were selected to receive an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) from the St. Michael’s Foundation’s Cardiac Arrest Survival Team (CAST) Fund. Read More
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