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  1. Curbside Voting

    If you cannot enter the polling place or absentee voting location due to disability, curbside voting is available. Two poll workers will bring you your ballot and conduct voting at your vehicle or at the polling place entrance. Read More
  2. Voting by Absentee Ballot

    Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to go to the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an absentee ballot. The elector must be registered to vote, & proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. Read More
  3. 2022 Street Improvement Project Update

    As a result of initial delays in the relocation of existing facilities, and intermittent industry-wide material delays that could not be overcome, the 2022 Street Improvement Project has a revised completion date of early summer, 2023. Read More
  4. November Referendum Questions on Transportation Projects

    On November 8, 2022, City of Stevens Point voters will see four referendum questions about Transportation projects on their ballot. To help keep everyone informed, the City presents the following facts about the referendum questions .... See the Questions and Facts About Them
  5. UWSP Homecoming Bus Route FREE for Everyone

    Saturday, October 8, 11 am - 6:30 pm, Central Transportation will run a FREE UWSP Homecoming route. About every 20 minutes, buses will stop at Goerke Park, Partners, UWSP, and Downtown. After 6:30 pm, they will switch to LNT service, which is also free. See the UWSP Homecoming Route Map
  6. Stevens Point Fall Leaf & Grass Pickup for City Residents

    Stevens Point will have its annual leaf & grass pick-up the week of October 24 in conjunction with “Make a Difference Day." Please drop off your leaves & grass if you are able. The Drop-off site near Bukolt Park is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Saturdays. Read More
  1. Stevens Point Fire Department Awarded Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Flex Grant Award

    To combat financial hardships on EMS departments, the Wis. Dept. of Health Services invited EMS Providers to apply for $12 million in EMS Flex Grant funding. The Stevens Point Fire Dept. was awarded $30,750 to purchase a Rapid Deploy Water Rescue Craft. Read More
  2. Business 51 Public Informational Meeting October 6 at SPASH

    The City of Stevens Point will host another public meeting regarding Business 51 on Thursday, October 6, 6:30 - 8:30 pm in the SPASH auditorium at 1201 Northpoint Drive. A quorum of the City Council may attend, but no action will be taken at the meeting. Read More
  3. Stevens Point Mayor & Aspirus Business Health to Host “Fact or Fiction Walk” October 5

    Mayor Mike Wiza & Aspirus Business Health invite you to stroll along on a “Fact or Fiction Walk” Wednesday, October 5. The Walk will feature a demonstration of good walking posture & techniques by a Certified Athletic Trainer with Aspirus Business Health. Read More
  4. 2023 Ice Show Registration Opens October 29

    Our Ice Show returns April 1 & 2, 2023, & is a perfect opportunity for skaters to show off the skills they have been working on all season. All Learn to Skate students who sign up for our winter session & attend regularly are eligible to be in the show. Read More
  5. Portage Street between First & Second to Remain Closed to All Traffic

    Portage St, between First & Second Street, including the intersection of Second Street, to remain closed to all traffic for utility work. Surface preparation will follow. There will be a signed detour. See Map
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