News Flash

Posted on: April 12, 2021

12th Annual “Cops-N-Bobbers®” is back & the program is set for Saturday, June 05, 2021

The program is a unique fishing experience where children ages 3-15 and their parents can enjoy a day of fishing with their local law enforcement officers. The program gets kids “hooked” on fishing, not drugs or violence.

(Stevens Point, WI) – The Portage County Deputy Sheriffs Association, The Stevens Point Police Officers Association, Portage County Law Enforcement Agencies along with the Stevens Point Elks Lodge 641 will be hosting the “Cops and Bobb...

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City of Stevens Point News
Posted on: March 31, 2021

Face Masks Still Required in City Buildings

The Wisconsin Supreme Court voted 4-3 against Governor Evers’ emergency order. The ruling does not override any local emergency order. Masks will still be required to enter City buildings and will continue to be required until further notice.

The Court ruling also does not speak to any private business’ policies.

If you cannot or choose not to wear a mask, alternatives to in-person transactions can be found on this website.

City of Stevens Point News
Posted on: March 29, 2021

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Stevens Point

City of Stevens Point Mayor Mike Wiza joins the CAP Services Family Crisis Center and communities across the country in taking action to prevent sexual violence by proclaiming the month of April, 2021 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, In the United States, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). SAAM is an opportunity to raise public awareness about sexual violence and educate communities on how to prevent it. SAAM calls attention to the fact that sexual ha...

Read the Proclamation

City of Stevens Point News
Posted on: March 19, 2021

Stevens Point to Consider “No Mow May” to Promote Pollinator Habitat

The Stevens Point City Council will consider relaxing lawn care ordinances for the month of May to promote pollinator habitat. “NO MOW MAY” has been used in communities nationwide to let people grow their lawns to provide food and habitat for pollinators.

There are over 4,000 species of bees in North America, and populations have been affected to the point where 1 in 4 of those species are at risk of extinction. Main reasons for this decline have been attributed to loss of habitat, use of chemical pesticid...

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