1. Testing the Water for a Designated Dog Swim Area in the City

    The City is considering proposing a designated dog swimming area near the northern boundary of Mead Park, in the former beach area. We are soliciting input to determine if there is enough interest to make a proposal to the Parks Commission and Council. Read More
  2. City Promotes Bees & Other Pollinators

    The City of Stevens Point helps promote bees & other pollinators where it can. The Forestry Dept. planted a rain garden at Mead Park, at the NE corner of W. Clark & W. Whitney St., about 3 years ago, and flowering plants are starting to take root there. Read More
  3. Volunteers Needed for Bike / Pedestrian Count

    Contact Bill Fehrenbach bfbpssc@gmail.com if you want to help with the fall bicycle & pedestrian count on Wed., Sept. 11 & Sat., Sept. 14. Volunteers will be at various locations to record info. for the National Bicycle & Pedestrian Documentation Project.
  4. Talking Point with Mayor Wiza #32 Online, on Radio, & TV

    In this episode of "Talking Point with Mayor Mike," Mayor Wiza's guest is Dan Kremer, the City's new Director of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry. Read More, Watch Episode
  5. City Supports Efforts to Reuse Fox Theater

    On July 22, the City of Stevens Point issued a raze order for the Fox Theater which required the razing & removal of the building based on a determination that the building was dangerous, unsafe, and unsanitary for use and occupancy. Read More
  6. Good Deed Doers Receive Testimonials

    Mayor Wiza has introduced a program to recognize people in the community who go "above & beyond the normal duties of a good citizen." Taking inspiration from The Wizard of Oz, the Mayor presented "testimonials" to the first two "Good Deed Doers" today. See Videos of the Presentations
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