Exciting news! We are thrilled to share that the Wayzata City Council voted unanimously to adopt the Lake Effect Framework as presented during last night’s city council meeting. We invite you to download the resolution as it was adopted. The Framework will be updated with the signed resolution and posted on the website in coming weeks. […]
The City of Wayzata embarked on an exciting journey to create an enhancement plan for the city’s beloved lakefront. Building on the work of the City Council-established Lakefront Taskforce, the Wayzata Lake Effect project gathered input from as many voices in the community as possible to develop a 10-year plan for the lakefront. From walking and boating tours, to interviews and surveys, to neighborhood captains and special events, community members participated and provided input throughout the planning initiative.
We have reached an exciting milestone in the lakefront planning initiative. After months of review and feedback from residents, business owners, partner organizations, city council, steering committee and advisory committee members, the Lake Effect Framework has been received by city council members, who will be considering a resolution for adoption of the Framework at the Tuesday, […]
On Tuesday, February 18, the Steering and Advisory committees along with City Council members, gathered at City Hall for a series of meetings to discuss the next iteration of the Lake Effect Framework. This draft is a comprehensive document that pulls together a summary of the entire 18 month initiative, including the community values, priorities, activity […]
2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Wayzata Lake Effect. While we are nearing the culmination of the 16-month planning initiative, the related development is only just beginning. Hundreds of community-generated ideas were gathered since the initiative kicked off in September 2012, which led to the creation of the proposed Lakefront Framework just […]
The next iteration of the lakefront framework is taking shape. Scenario D, as this evolved version is being called, was initially shared at the September 3 City Council meeting, via the Lake Effect email, website and social media channels last week, and appeared on display at James J. Hill on September 7 & 8. Community […]