1. Business 51 Improvement Project Public Q&A Sessions

    If you interested in the future of the Business 51 corridor, the City of Stevens Point wants to hear from you. Join our live Q&A sessions & speak with project staff September 29, 5 - 6 pm, & again October 1, 12 - 1 pm & 5 - 6 pm. Read More
  2. League of Women Voters of the Stevens Point Area Participates in National Voter Registration Day

    On this coming Tuesday, September 22, 2020, Americans will celebrate National Voter Registration Day with a 50-state effort to register voters. The League of Women Voters of the Stevens Point Area is proud to join the effort. Read More
  3. Update on City Department Operations

    Some City departments have returned to normal pre-Covid operations with enhanced safety measures in place, but many are still operating under special protocols and some restrictions in order to protect the health of our employees and residents. Read More
  4. Grow Solar Central Wisconsin Empowers Communities & Strengthens Local Economies

    The best way to strengthen our local economies and create local jobs is by keeping our money local. That means shopping locally, eating locally, and yes, generating our energy locally. Read More
  5. Stevens Point Has High Percentage of Solar-Powered Homes

    Stevens Point has been nationally recognized by LendEDU for having one of the highest percentages of solar-powered homes in the U.S.A. Cities were ranked according to their percentage of solar-powered homes relative to their total number of homes. Read More
  6. Voter Information – General Election 2020

    Election day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. You have three options to cast your ballot: at the polls on election day; absentee by mail; or early in-person absentee voting. Additional Information
  1. Online Registration Now Open for Learn to Skate Fall Sessions

    The Stevens Point Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department is happy to announce our Learn to Skate program will be offered this fall at the K.B. Willett Arena. Classes are open to all ages and abilities and begin on September 26, 2020. Read More
  2. Bicycle Transportation Network Improvements Project

    Work has begun & should be done by September 25, including pavement marking removal & installing new markings. Roadway users can expect minor delays as work is being completed. See the map project for locations. See the Map
  3. City Comptroller-Treasurer’s Office Announces Photo Contest

    Comptroller-Treasurer’s Office would like to announce it will, once again, be having a photo contest, with the winning photo going on the front cover of the annual budget book. They are inviting the public to submit photos taken from around the City. Read More
  4. The Importance of Wisconsin's Face Covering Order

    Governor Tony Evers declared a Public Health Emergency & issued an Emergency Order requiring individuals to wear face coverings when indoors & not in a private residence. The order is effective Aug. 1 - Sep. 28, 2020 or by a subsequent superseding order. Additional Information
  5. 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
  6. 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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