1. Stevens Point Fall Leaf Pickup for City Residents

    Stevens Point will have its annual leaf pickup the week of October 26 in conjunction with “Make a Difference Day” on October 24. Please drop off your leaves if you are able. The Drop-off site near Bukolt Park is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Saturdays. Read More
  2. Business 51 Project Information Available on Website

    Visit the Business 51 Project website to watch a video presentation & see exhibits about the purpose & need for the project and the alternatives that have been considered. Attend the virtual Q&A sessions with the project team via links on the website. Business 51 Project Website
  3. Sex Offender Release Information - Lawrence R. Keehn

    Lawrence Keehn was convicted of 3 counts of child enticement in 1998. He was also convicted of 4th degree sexual assault in 1983. He has served the sentence imposed on him & will be released from prison to Stevens Point on Tuesday, September 29, 2020. Read More
  4. Submit Questions for Portage County Virtual Town Hall

    To keep the community informed and safe amid the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, a pre-recorded Virtual Town Hall is being hosted by Portage County Business Council in partnership with Portage County. Read More
  5. Ballot Box Installed on UWSP Campus

    Mayor Wiza & SGA President Collin McNamara say a second Absentee Ballot drop box was installed near the University Center at UWSP. SGA allocated funds and, with a private donation, nearly raised the $2,030 cost for the box. City employees installed it. Read More
  6. Trick-or-Treating in Stevens Point

    Following CDC recommendations, Stevens Point recommends people not participate in traditional Trick-or-Treating as it is considered high-risk. “I know this doesn’t sit well with some. Halloween is my favorite time of the year, too,” says Mayor Mike Wiza. Read More
  7. Stevens Point Installs First Ballot Drop Box

    Mayor Mike Wiza announced today that the City of Stevens Point has installed the first of two planned Absentee Ballot drop boxes at City Hall. The box is located in front of City Hall on Strongs Ave. Read More
  1. Business 51 Improvement Project Public Q&A Sessions

    If you interested in the future of the Business 51 corridor, the City of Stevens Point wants to hear from you. Join our live Q&A sessions & speak with project staff September 29, 5 - 6 pm, & again October 1, 12 - 1 pm & 5 - 6 pm. Read More
  2. Grow Solar Central Wisconsin Empowers Communities & Strengthens Local Economies

    The best way to strengthen our local economies and create local jobs is by keeping our money local. That means shopping locally, eating locally, and yes, generating our energy locally. Read More
  3. Stevens Point Has High Percentage of Solar-Powered Homes

    Stevens Point has been nationally recognized by LendEDU for having one of the highest percentages of solar-powered homes in the U.S.A. Cities were ranked according to their percentage of solar-powered homes relative to their total number of homes. Read More
  4. Voter Information – General Election 2020

    Election day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. You have three options to cast your ballot: at the polls on election day; absentee by mail; or early in-person absentee voting. Additional Information
  5. City Comptroller-Treasurer’s Office Announces Photo Contest

    Comptroller-Treasurer’s Office would like to announce it will, once again, be having a photo contest, with the winning photo going on the front cover of the annual budget book. They are inviting the public to submit photos taken from around the City. Read More
  6. Polling Location Changes for District 1 & District 10

    Due to COVID 19 and restriction of public access to nursing homes and assisted living facilities, District 1 & District 10 polling locations have been moved. Read More
  7. Detours in place for Blue & Yellow Routes

    Our 2 Blue & 3 Yellow routes are being detoured due to the closure of Fremont Street from Main Street to Sims Avenue, and the closure of College Avenue from Fremont Street to Illinois Avenue. Detours are expected to be in place until around late October. Read More, See Maps
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