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  1. Stevens Point Installs Public Piano for Third Year

    A public piano has been installed in Stevens Point for the third year in a row. Located at the Transit stage in a public space near Guu’s on Main, the donated piano was painted by volunteers from UWSP & will remain under the small shelter for the season. Read More
  2. Union St. Closure beginning Tuesday, July 5

    A sewer bypass will be installed starting Tuesday, July 5,  for the work taking place on Portage Street. Union Street will be closed to through traffic and parking will be restricted along the east side from Portage Street to Center Point Drive.
  3. Seeking Bids for Commercial Property Demolition

    Proposals are solicited on basis of lump sum prices for the demolition & removal of the structures & parking lot, including concrete slabs, asphalt, foundation, brick, wood framing, roofing, & all mechanical equipment at 1450 Water St., Stevens Point. Read More
  4. Help Wanted - Staff Engineer

    Develops, designs, coordinates, reviews, & evaluates projects & ongoing work of both the Engineering Division & Utilities Dept. - street construction, storm & sanitary sewers, water mains, pavement maintenance, City buildings, & other City projects. Get More Information and Apply Online
  5. UPDATE - Sex Offender Release Notification

    Upon release from prison, Cody J. Patterson will be placed at 1504 Water St. Stevens Point. He will be on supervision with the Wis. Dept. of Corrections and monitored by agents with the Portage Co. Division of Community Corrections. Read More
  6. “23 Years of Visions” Art Exhibit

    “Visions XXIII,” the premier exhibit of local & regional talent, is juried, open themed, & open media. This year the show was juried by Diane Bywaters, professor emeritus of art & former chair at UWSP where she taught drawing & painting for 30 years. Read More
  1. Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Community Input Meeting

    On Thursday, July 7 at 6:00 pm, the Stevens Point Parks, Rec. & Forestry Dept. will hold an in-person community input meeting at the Rec Center, 2442 Sims Ave., to discuss and get feedback on the City’s parks, park facilities, open spaces, and trails. Read More
  2. Possible Quorum at Community Input Session

    A quorum of the Stevens Point Common Council & Board of Park Commissioners has been invited to attend a public input session on Thurs., July 7 at 6 pm at 2442 Sims Ave., Stevens Point. The event is open to the public & no City business will be discussed.
  3. Stevens Point Named Walk Friendly Community

    Stevens Point has been named a bronze level Walk Friendly Community. Walk Friendly Communities is a national recognition program which encourages cities across the U.S. to establish or recommit to a high priority for supporting safer walking environments. Read More
  4. Free Swim Sessions and Tube & Toy Nights at the Donald Copps Pool

    The Parks, Recreation & Forestry Dept. is happy to announce the lineup of Community Free Swim sessions for the 2022 season. Thanks to generous support from area businesses & the City of Stevens Point, there will be 8 free swim sessions this summer. Read More
  5. Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Community Survey

    The Stevens Point Parks, Recreation, & Forestry Dept. invites you to share your input on the City’s parks & recreation amenities to help update our Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP). The survey will remain open through July 15. Read More
  6. Help Wanted - Accountant Clerk I

    Perform accounting duties for the Finance Dept. including accounts payable & receivable, tax & other collections, deposits, clerical support, & more. Maintain records & schedules of receivables, payment schedules, cemetery records, & more. $21.59 / hr. Get More Information and Apply Online
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