1. Police & Fire Commission Announces Police Chief Finalists

    The Stevens Point Police and Fire Commission will interview two candidates for the position of Police Chief in the coming weeks, Commission President Gary Wescott said today. Meetings with community stakeholders will follow. Read More
  2. 2021 Street Improvement Project Public Involvement Meeting No.2

    Fifth Ave. Front St. to Second St., Forest St. Franklin St. to Bukolt Ave., West St. Fourth Ave. to Bukolt Ave., First St. Centerpoint Dr. to Bukolt Ave., and Bukolt Ave. Second St. to Meadow St. are scheduled to be reconstructed in 2021. Read More
  3. District One Polling Location remains at Mid-State Technical College

    Due to COVID 19 & restriction of public access to nursing homes & assisted living facilities, the District 1 Polling Location was moved from Briggs Street High Rise, 1300 Briggs Ct., to Mid-State Technical College, 1001 CenterPoint Dr., & remains there. Read More
  4. Help Wanted - PM Transit Supervisor

    Supervises, directs, reviews, plans, and evaluates the work of subordinate personnel engaged in a variety of transportation service activities within the Transportation Division. Apply by 3 pm Friday, February 5. Get More Info & Apply
  5. Sculpture Park Committee Accepting Submissions

    The Stevens Point Sculpture Park committee is accepting submissions of sculpture work for their annual, three-year outdoor sculpture exhibition for display from August, 2021 through August, 2024. Read More
  6. Release of Sex Offender in Stevens Point: Scott E. Szerlong

    Upon release from prison, Scott Szerlong will live at 1504 Water St. He will be placed on supervision with the Wis. Dept. of Corrections & monitored by Sex Offender Agent Specialists with the Division of Community Corrections, in Portage County. Read More
  1. City of Stevens Point Ballot Drop Boxes

    The City of Stevens Point has ballot drop boxes for City residents. One is in front of City Hall, 1515 Strongs Ave., & the other is at Dreyfus University Center, 1015 Reserve St. The boxes are available until 5:00 pm, Feb. 15, for City residents only. Read More
  2. Help Wanted - Relocation Coordinator (Limited Term)

    Responsible for assisting elderly & disabled tenants of Edgewater Manor with relocation to other housing options. Read More
  3. Voting by Absentee Ballot

    Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may submit a request to vote an absentee ballot to their municipal clerk. Read More
  4. Become a Bicycle Friendly Business

    The Bicycle Friendly Businesses Program is based on the belief that bikes are good for businesses, employees, and the community. Applicants receive feedback to help them become more bike-friendly. Deadline for Spring 2021 applications is February 11. Read More
  5. Iverson Park Winter Sports Area OPEN

    The Iverson Park Winter Sports Area will OPEN Friday, January 1. The facilities will close if temperature is below -15 degrees. Toboggan runs are closed this season due to COVID safety protocols. (This status is subject to change without notice.) Winter Sports Hours & More Info
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