Spring is finally here! Along with sunshine, warmer temps and green grass comes Phase II of the City of Wayzata’s lakefront planning initiative. Anyone who lives, works or loves Wayzata is invited to participate in a series of workshops as part of the 10-year lakefront planning initiative. Through a hands-on community design process, all interested community [...]
The City of Wayzata has 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 seeks to gather 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, there are plenty of opportunities for community members to participate and provide input throughout the planning initiative.
Throughout Phase II, we’ll feature each of the community values to serve as both a refresher of what was heard from the community, as well as inspiration to spark specific project ideas that relate to that specific value. This week’s featured value is Be Wayzata. Wayzata is a charming family friendly community that welcomes visitors as [...]
On Tuesday night, the Wayzata City Council unanimously approved the nine recommended values as representative of the voice of the Wayzata community, marking the end of the first phase in the lakefront planning initiative. A very special thank you to all of you for actively participating in the first phase. Your input, ideas and engagement [...]
The City of Wayzata has set out to create a community-embraced vision for one of the City’s most important and enduring assets – its relationship to Lake Minnetonka. Launched in September 2012 and led by the city-selected Saint Paul Riverfront Corporation, the 16-month process is broken down into three phases. Input in the first phase [...]
Winter is an inevitable part of life in Minnesota. Unless you migrate south for the five months of blustery snow and cold, you’ve likely found a few ways to enjoy the season to its fullest (or at least make the best of it). Earlier in December, we asked you the fourth of our Community Q&A [...]