1. Police & Fire Commission Disciplinary Hearing March 1-3

    Monday, March 1 - Wednesday, March 3 the Stevens Point Police & Fire Commission will hold a hearing regarding disciplinary charges filed against Firefighter/Paramedic Casey Bielen. The public will not be allowed in the Zoom meeting but can watch online. Read More
  2. Business 51 Project - Public Involvement Round 2

    The 2nd round of public involvement for the Business 51 project is here. Beginning Tuesday, March 2, visit the project website to see an overview of the alternatives being considered. Attend one of the live Q&A sessions to let us know what you think. Read More
  3. Stevens Point Parks & Rec Rolls Out Community Fitness Challenge

    Stevens Point and other cities & towns across Wisconsin are hosting the first-ever “Be Active Wisconsin” Community Fitness Challenge and invite community members of all ages to participate in the virtual challenge. Read More
  4. Face Masks Required on Central Transportation

    Central Transportation requires all riders ages two and older to wear a face mask over both their nose and mouth. Failure to comply is a violation of federal law. For more information please give us a call at 715-341-4490. Read More
  1. City of Stevens Point Transitioning Building Permit and Neighborhood Improvement Software

    After three years of citizen, contractor, and City staff feedback was taken into consideration, the City of Stevens Point Department of Community Development will transition from CityView to GovPilot Municipal Software. Read More
  2. Volunteer of the Year Award Program Call for Nominations

    The Stevens Point Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department Volunteer of the Year Award is for distinguished service to a Department cause, park, park space, program, or initiative that benefits the Stevens Point Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department. Read More
  3. 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
  4. Iverson Park Winter Sports Area CLOSED

    The Iverson & Goerke Park Winter Sports Areas are now closed for the season. Iverson Park sledding hills may still be usable for some time, but there will be no staff on duty and restrooms will not be available. (Subject to change without notice.) Winter Sports Hours & More Info
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