1. Voting by Absentee Ballot

    Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may submit a request to vote an absentee ballot to their municipal clerk. Read More
  2. Become a Bicycle Friendly Business

    The Bicycle Friendly Businesses Program is based on the belief that bikes are good for businesses, employees, and the community. Applicants receive feedback to help them become more bike-friendly. Deadline for Spring 2021 applications is February 11. Read More
  3. Aspirus Health signs agreement to acquire Ascension care sites in north/central Wisconsin

    Aspirus Health and Ascension have signed an agreement to transfer from Ascension to Aspirus ownership of seven hospitals, 21 physician clinics, and air and ground medical transport services located in north and central Wisconsin. Additional Information
  4. Iverson Park Winter Sports Area OPEN

    The Iverson Park Winter Sports Area will OPEN Friday, January 1. The facilities will close if temperature is below -15 degrees. Toboggan runs are closed this season due to COVID safety protocols. (This status is subject to change without notice.) Winter Sports Hours & More Info
  1. Christmas Tree Safety Video

    Christmas trees can be safely enjoyed with a little routine care. Check out our video for tree tips & a live burn demonstration comparing a watered tree and a dry tree. Remember to water your tree & dispose of it as soon as possible after the festivities! Watch the Video
  2. Consider Serving on the Housing Authority Advisory Board

    We have a vacancy on the Housing Authority Advisory Board, which oversees the Housing Authority, which provides quality, affordable, and safe housing to low and moderate-income individuals and families in Stevens Point. See the Committee Application (PDF)
  3. Business 51 Project – Public Survey #1 Summary

    Are you interested in how your community responded to the first public survey from earlier this fall? Check out the project website for a summary of your community’s thoughts on the Business 51 corridor. Read More
  4. Business 51 Project – Traffic Week: Road Diet Myths

    People are concerned that reducing the number of lanes on Business 51 will result in traffic problems. Actually, road diets typically result in only minor increases in travel delay during peak periods, barely perceptible to the average road user. Read More
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