Office of the City Clerk

The City Clerk's Office keeps all of the official records for the City, including agendas, bonds, contracts, election records, minutes, ordinances, and special assessments. The Clerk also issues municipal licenses, publishes official notices, and is in charge of all elections - including polling places and registering voters.

Elections & Voting

Other Resources

  1. Early In-Person Absentee Voting Hours for the General Election

    Early In-Person Absentee Voting will be held at City Hall Conference Rm. 1515 Strongs Ave., 7:30 - 4:00, October 20 - 23, & 7:30 - 5:00, October 26 - 30, and at the Stevens Point Police Dept. Community Rm. 933 Michigan Ave., Noon - 5:00, October 20 - 30. Get More Voting Information
  2. November 3, 2020 General Election Voter Information

    Voters are reminded to bring proper photo identification. We strongly encourage everyone to wear a mask when voting in person. If there you have any concerns about in-person voting, you are encouraged to request an absentee ballot before the deadline. Read More
  3. Stevens Point Installs First Ballot Drop Box

    Mayor Mike Wiza announced today that the City of Stevens Point has installed the first of two planned Absentee Ballot drop boxes at City Hall. The box is located in front of City Hall on Strongs Ave. Read More
  4. 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
  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
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