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  1. Central Transportation is Getting New Bus Stop Signs

    Central Transportation is getting new bus stop signs throughout the City of Stevens Point. The old ones will be replaced throughout the summer of 2023 with new, updated signs.
  2. Stevens Point Installs Public Piano For Fourth Year

    Mayor Mike Wiza announced today that a public piano had been installed in downtown Stevens Point for the fourth year. The piano is located at the transit stage in a public space near Guu’s on Main. The donated piano was painted by Tina Lepak this year. Read More
  3. Summer Transit Program - Youth Ride the City Bus Free

    Central Transportation offers a Youth Ride Free program until September 5. Youth aged 18 & under ride the bus free! Enjoy safe transportation on air-conditioned buses on any of our regular routes. Excludes daycare, school, & group trips. Read on...
  4. Jefferson St. Close at Minnesota Ave. for 3 Weeks starting June 7

    Minnesota Ave. will close to all traffic at 7:00 am on Wednesday, June 7, for approximately three weeks to install underground utilities. There will be no signed detour. Dates are dependent on availability of crews, weather, & conditions. Read More
  5. June 5, Plan Commission Meeting Video Online

    The June 5, City Plan Commission video is online. It will play on Community TV (Spectrum Ch. 984 & TDS Ch. 13) & on 105.9 FM WSNP radio Tues., June 6 at 5:00 & 10:00 pm & Wed., June 7 at 7:30 am. For captions, visit our YouTube or Boxcast channel. Watch the Videos in our Archives
  6. Minnesota Ave. Closed Jefferson to Algoma June 7

    Minnesota Avenue from Jefferson Street to Algoma Street will close Wednesday, June 7, for underground utility work. The completion date depends on crew availability, weather, and field conditions.
  7. City of Stevens Point Street Tree Watering

    The City of Stevens Point asks residents to remember to water street trees in front of their homes when they water trees on their property. This is especially important for recently-planted trees during hot & dry times like we presently are experiencing. Read More
  8. Pride Month Declared in Stevens Point

    Mayor Mike Wiza has proclaimed June as Pride Month in the City of Stevens Point. He invites everyone to reflect on ways we all can live & work together with a commitment to mutual respect & understanding, and to continue that sentiment every month. Read More
  9. Beach Water Testing Results are Clear

    Portage County Environmental Health Sanitarian Phillip Gruber reports that the last beach water sample results, from samples taken May 24, 2023, tested good, and E. coli levels are currently low at beaches in Stevens Point and Portage County. See the Test Results Chart
  10. Board and Committee Seats Available

    Seats on the Stevens Point Board of Review and Historical Preservation/Design Review Commission are open. Candidates must be at least 18 years old and a City resident. Experience or interest in the oversight topic is helpful but optional. Read More
  11. Help Wanted - Construction and Maintenance Superintendent

    Schedule/supervise personnel in sewer collection system construction & maintenance, water distribution construction & maintenance, & maintenance of equipment & tools. Oversee/evaluate construction & maintenance personnel. $86,029/yr. Apply by June 9. Get More Information & Apply
  12. Crystal Bowl Sound Meditation at Riverfront Arts Center

    Relax in your own space with the soothing sounds of crystal bowls & voice, hosted by Marian McNair at the Riverfront Arts Center on Friday, June 23, 4-5 pm. Contact the RAC with questions or to reserve your spot. A $10 donation is suggested. Read More
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