1. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Stevens Point

    City of Stevens Point Mayor Mike Wiza joins the CAP Services Family Crisis Center and communities across the country in taking action to prevent sexual violence by proclaiming the month of April, 2021 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Read the Proclamation
  2. Water St. Lane Closures

    Two of the three northbound lanes on Water Street, north of Crosby Ave. and south of CenterPoint Dr., will be closed for utility work now through Friday afternoon.
  3. Stevens Point Celebrates Earth Day

    The City of Stevens Point is partnering with North Central Conservancy Trust (NCCT), Central Rivers Farmshed, American Transmission Company (ATC), and UWSP Students for Sustainability to celebrate Earth Day 2021 with a fruit tree planting on April 19th. Read More
  4. 12th Annual “Cops-N-Bobbers®” is back & the program is set for Saturday, June 05, 2021

    The program is a unique fishing experience where children ages 3-15 and their parents can enjoy a day of fishing with their local law enforcement officers. The program gets kids “hooked” on fishing, not drugs or violence. Read More
  5. Berkshire - Stevens Point Senior Apartments Nearing Completion

    General Capital, the developers of the Berkshire – Stevens Point Senior Apartments, announced that the project is nearing completion & will be opening by April 15, 2021. A ribbon cutting & socially distanced Grand Opening will be held on May 20th at 3PM. Read More
  6. Face Masks Still Required in City Buildings

    The Wisconsin Supreme Court voted 4-3 against Governor Evers’ emergency order. The ruling does not override any local emergency order. Masks will still be required to enter City buildings and will continue to be required until further notice. Read More
  1. Catalytic Converter Thefts

    The Stevens Point Police Department has seen a significant increase in thefts of catalytic converters. Officers have taken reports of nine thefts this month alone. When these thefts occur, they happen rather fast - they only take a couple of minutes. Read More
  2. Police & Fire Commission Decision on Firefighter Bielen

    Based upon the hearings, the Commission orders that the charges issued by the City should be upheld, including a “Last Chance Letter” and a four-day suspension without pay, and that a Disciplinary Notice be placed in the Bielen's personnel file. Read the Complete Decision and Details (PDF)
  3. Arbor Day Foundation Names Stevens Point Tree City USA Growth Award Winner

    Stevens Point was named a 2020 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management, and received a Tree City USA Growth Award for demonstrating environmental improvement & a higher level of tree care. Read More
  4. Bukolt Park Permanent Boat Dock Upgrade

    The City of Stevens Point will upgrade the permanent boat docks in Bukolt Park this spring. The docks are over 25 years old, and heavy usage along with repeated winter freeze-thaw cycles have made them unsafe for use and unable to be repaired this season. Read More
  5. Stevens Point to Consider “No Mow May” to Promote Pollinator Habitat

    The Stevens Point City Council will consider relaxing lawn care ordinances for the month of May to promote pollinator habitat. “NO MOW MAY” has been used in communities nationwide to let people grow their lawns to provide food and habitat for pollinators. Read More
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