1. Portage County Marks 200th Case Of Covid-19

    Portage County Health & Human Services confirmed on June 11 that the county has community spread of COVID-19. On July 7, the county confirmed its 200th case, and evidence of community spread continues to be prominent across the county and statewide. Read More
  2. Stevens Point One of Most Budget-Friendly Cities for Renters

    Stevens Point has been nationally recognized by LendEDU as one of the most budget-friendly cities in the country for renters. Stevens Point's low rent-to-income ratio ranked #318 in the country and #19 in the state of Wisconsin. Read More
  3. July 8 Police & Fire Commission Meeting Video Online, on TV, & on Radio

    The July 8 Police & Fire Commission meeting video is online. It will play on 105.9 FM radio WSNP-LP Wednesday, July 8 at 5:00 & 10:00 pm, & Thursday, July 9 at 7:30 am. Watch the Video in our Archives
  4. Public Notice - Possible Quorum at July 22 Event

    A quorum of the Stevens Point Common Council has been invited to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, July 22 from 11:30 am-1:00 pm at 5001 Joerns Drive, Stevens Point. This event is open to the public and no City business will be discussed. Read More
  5. “21 Years of Visions” Art Exhibit

    “Visions XXI,” an open theme, juried exhibit runs through August 15 at the Riverfront Arts Center. Carol Stewart-Tully, an accomplished Central Wisconsin artist with over 55 years of experience, was this year’s juror and her selections are now on display. Read More
  6. July 6 Joint Review Board and Plan Commission Meeting Videos Online, on TV, & on Radio

    The July 6 Joint Review Board & City Plan Commission meeting videos are online. They will play on 105.9 FM radio WSNP-LP Tuesday, July 7 at 5:00 & 10:00 pm, & Wednesday, July 8 at 7:30 am. Watch the Video in our Archives
  1. Elections 2020: 7th Circuit Court of Appeal Rulings

    On June 29, 2020, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its ruling in the One Wisconsin Institute case that had been on appeal since 2016. The ruling had important impacts on absentee voting and voter residency requirements. Read More
  2. Polling Location Changes for District 1 & District 10

    Due to COVID 19 and restriction of public access to nursing homes and assisted living facilities, District 1 & District 10 polling locations have been moved. Read More
  3. Face Masks Required when Entering City Offices

    Until further notice, to help stifle the transmission of Covid-19 in and around public spaces within our buildings, the City is requiring all visitors, customers, and vendors to wear face masks when entering City offices. Read More
  4. Maple Bluff Road under Construction

    Maple Bluff Rd. between Hwy. 10 and Golla Rd. will be under construction but open to local traffic beginning Tuesday, June 23 for approximately 3 weeks (weather permitting). These dates are anticipated and dependent on weather and availability of crews.
  5. Detours in place for Blue & Yellow Routes

    Our 2 Blue & 3 Yellow routes are being detoured due to the closure of Fremont Street from Main Street to Sims Avenue, and the closure of College Avenue from Fremont Street to Illinois Avenue. Detours are expected to be in place until around late October. Read More, See Maps
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