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  1. Shots fired Downtown

    The Portage County Communication Center received a 911 call regarding a male subject that had brandished a handgun in the 1300 block of Second St & fired the handgun. Officers arrived & the suspect was taken into custody without incident at 2:03am Read More
  2. Notification of Noncandidacy for Slowinski

    6th District Alderperson Jeremy Slowinski has signed papers that he will not run for the next election. Additional Information
  3. Tennis Courts are Closing.

    The Mead tennis courts will be closing today and we will be closing Goerke Tennis courts on Friday. Read More
  4. Notice of Spring Election - April 5, 2022

    An election will be held in the City of Stevens Point on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 to elect Alderpersons. The term is two years and begins on April 19. The First District Alderperson race is to fulfill the remaining year of that two-year term. Read More
  5. City Seeking Poll Workers (Election Officials) for 2022-2023

    The City Clerk’s office is looking for persons who are interested in serving as election official for the 2022-2023 election cycle. Election officials are paid $14.50 per hour for both training and Election Day duties. Read More
  1. Mayor Wiza Appointed to League of Wisconsin Municipalities Board

    Stevens Point Mayor Mike Wiza was appointed to the League of Wisconsin Municipalities Board of Directors, bringing his experience in local government to the statewide governing body. The League has more than 600 members - large & small cities & villages. Read More
  2. City of Stevens Point Mobile App is Updated

    The City of Stevens Point first released its mobile app, available free from the App Store (for Apple iOS) and the Google Play Store (for Android), in 2016. The app has now been redesigned and re-released to keep up with advances in mobile technology. Read More
  3. Neighbor Helping Neighbor Grant Program Increased

    Neighbor Helping Neighbor is a City grant program for low to moderate income residents which can provide a $2,500 - $5,000 reimbursement, with applicant matching funds, for exterior property improvements. Get More Information in the Application (PDF)
  4. Winner of Comptroller-Treasurer’s Photo Contest

    The winning photo, titled “For Your Freedom and Ours,” was taken at the Cultural Commons area in Pfiffner Park by local resident Kathleen Celer. Kathleen won herself a City logo sweatshirt and bragging rights for the next year. Read More
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