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  1. Mayor Wiza Vetoes Common Council Vote on Intersection at Fourth and Division

    Stevens Point Mayor Mike Wiza issued a statement & filed a veto action allowed under Wisconsin Statute 62.09(8)(c) on an action the Common Council took in turning down a signalized intersection at Fourth Avenue and Division Street / Business 51. Read More
  2. Dept. of Public Works Publishes "Public Works Post" Newsletter

    The City of Stevens Point's Dept. of Public Works has published the third volume of their newsletter, the "Public Works Post." Their goal is to communicate regularly with the residents of Stevens Point about Public Works activities and services. Read Volume 3 of the Public Works Post (PDF)
  3. February 19 City Council Meeting Video Online, on TV, & on Radio

    The February 19 City Council meeting video is online. It will play on Community TV (Spectrum Ch. 984 & TDS Ch. 13) & on 105.9 FM WSNP-LP radio Tues., February 20 at 5 & 10 p.m., & Wed., February 21 at 7:30 a.m. For captions, watch on our YouTube channel. Watch the Video in our Archives
  4. Inflation Reduction Act Residential and Commercial Tax Credits

    The Inflation Reduction Act includes funds for tax credits for clean energy installations, efficiency upgrades, & low-carbon vehicle purchases. Credits are available from 2023-32. There is no limit on the amount a business, person, or household can claim. Read More
  5. “Emerging Artists” Opening Reception

    The Riverfront Arts Center invites the Stevens Point community to view the remarkable talent showcased in our annual Emerging Artists Exhibition. We invite all members of the community to attend the Opening Reception on Friday, Feb. 23rd, from 4:30-7 pm. Read More
  6. Help Wanted - LTE Election Assistant

    Responsible for assisting with administering the election process & procedures. Providing clerical support for the department by greeting visitors & answering & directing phone calls. The anticipated term is mid-March to late April. $23.69 hourly Get More Information and Apply
  1. Portage County Seat Belt Task Force

    The Portage Co. Sheriff’s Office, Stevens Point Police, & Plover Police will participate in a joint Seat Belt Task Force with dedicated patrols on select dates through May. Additional officers will focus on seat belt usage & dangerous driving behaviors. Read More
  2. City Employees - Nationwide Deferred Compensation Program Meetings

    If you are interested in learning more about Nationwide Deferred Compensation Program benefits or are currently enrolled and would like to talk with a Nationwide Retirement Specialist, one is scheduled to be onsite Feb. 26, 27, & 28. Read More
  3. City Employees - WDC’s New Employee Orientation Webinars

    New employees or anyone who wants to enroll in the Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program can join a WDC Retirement Plan Advisor who will provide a brief overview of the WDC and walk attendees step-by-step through enrollment. Register for a Webinar Date & Time
  4. Help Wanted - Inspection Technician

    Inspect & oversee construction of water mains, water services, fire hydrants, sewer mains, sewer services, and more to ensure that construction and materials comply with regulations, plans, and specifications. $29.32/Hr. Apply by March 4, 3 pm. Get More Information and Apply
  5. Stevens Point Fire Dept. & Portage Co. Ambulance Keeping the HEART Red for American Heart Month

    The Stevens Point Fire Dept. & Portage Co. Ambulance will bring awareness to a heart-healthy lifestyle during American Heart Month by displaying a large heart illuminated with red bulbs on the Division St. side of Fire Station #1 at 1701 Franklin St. Read More
  6. Fire Department Awarded Lifesaving Equipment Grant to Help Keep First Responders and Community Safe

    The Stevens Point Fire Dept. received a $34,205 grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to ensure local first responders have the necessary equipment to keep themselves and community members safe. Read More
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