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  1. City Supports Efforts to Reuse Fox Theater

    On July 22, the City of Stevens Point issued a raze order for the Fox Theater which required the razing & removal of the building based on a determination that the building was dangerous, unsafe, and unsanitary for use and occupancy. Read More
  2. 2020 Census Information on City Website

    2020 is a census year, & it is important that we get an accurate count of everyone living in Stevens Point to ensure our future funding & representation are correct, so we've created a Census web page & will update it regularly to help you stay informed. Visit for More Information
  3. Testing the Water for a Designated Dog Swim Area in the City

    The City is considering proposing a designated dog swimming area near the northern boundary of Mead Park, in the former beach area. We are soliciting input to determine if there is enough interest to make a proposal to the Parks Commission and Council. Read More
  4. Volunteers Needed for Bike / Pedestrian Count

    Contact Bill Fehrenbach if you want to help with the fall bicycle & pedestrian count on Wed., Sept. 11 & Sat., Sept. 14. Volunteers will be at various locations to record info. for the National Bicycle & Pedestrian Documentation Project.
  5. Good Deed Doers Receive Testimonials

    Mayor Wiza has introduced a program to recognize people in the community who go "above & beyond the normal duties of a good citizen." Taking inspiration from The Wizard of Oz, the Mayor presented "testimonials" to the first two "Good Deed Doers" today. See Videos of the Presentations
  1. Poll Workers Needed

    The City of Stevens Point is looking for Poll Workers for the 2020-2021 election cycle. Poll Workers need to be US citizens, residents of Portage County, have no felony convictions, and pass a police background check. Poll Workers and are paid $11/hour. Read More
  2. Zenoff Park Closed Sept. 5 - Oct. 31

    Zenoff Park will close Sept. 5 - Oct. 31. The dirt infields will be removed and synthetic turf infields will be installed. Do not enter the park until the work is done. The parking area & access to the Sculpture Park & Green Circle Trail will remain open.
  3. Pfiffner Park Playground Replacement

    The Playground equipment in Pfiffner Pioneer Park is in the process of being removed. It will be replaced in September. Until then, Bukolt Park has a playground, and of course Mead Park across the river has the best playground in Central Wisconsin.
  4. Country Club Dr. Closed Carol's Ln. to Main St. (Hwy. 66)

    Country Club Dr. from Carol’s Ln. to Hwy. 66 (Main St.) is closed with a signed detour for pavement maintenance and is expected to open before August 31, Closure may be extended if adverse field conditions or weather delay the construction process. See the Detour Map (PDF)
  5. Temporary Street Closures

    Intersection closures for Second St. & Fifth Ave starting July 30, 2019 & Jefferson St. & Reserve St. Starting July 31, 2019. Both intersections will be closed for approximately 3 weeks for underground utilities. Read More
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