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 [...]
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.
Based on community input, Scenario D is the next iteration of the lakefront framework. Click the image to view and download the framework or read below for more details. This updated framework is a result of community idea generation and feedback, most recently at the Open House where three potential framework scenarios were on display [...]
The momentum of the lakefront planning initiative continues full steam ahead at James J. Hill Days this weekend, where the next iteration of a lakefront framework will be on display for community feedback. The framework is a result of community idea generation and feedback, most recently at the Open House where three potential framework scenarios [...]
We’ve reached an important milestone in the lakefront planning initiative. Hundreds of community-generated ideas have been translated into potential framework options for the lakefront, and three different conceptual scenarios have been generated for discussion. We are asking all community members to help play an role by offering feedback on which ideas you believe best address [...]
The framework scenarios are designed around the idea of reach: how far do we want to go? What level of development and activity is too much or perhaps not enough? Who do we want to be involved, who wants to be involved, and what level of partnership and investment are we comfortable with? Three scenarios [...]