There are five phases of a design process: 

1. Schematic Design 

2. Design Development 

3. Construction Documents - Completed January 2023

4. Bidding

5. Construction Administration 

City staff, in collaboration with multiple consultants, have recently completed the construction document phase for Panoway Phase 2A and 2B: 

Panoway Phase 2A: Lakewalk and Docks, designed by Civitas, led by Scott Jordan 

Panoway Phase 2B: Section Foreman House, designed by Cushing Terrell, led by Rebecca Muchow 

Where We Are Going - Future Projects

map of panoway future phases

The key locations of improvement are labeled with numbers above. Learn more about each spot below!

Community Docks 

Two new community docks will allow more residents and visitors to access Wayzata from Lake Minnetonka. The 2 locations are the Broadway docks and the Depot docks. 

Depot Park 

The expanded and remodeled park surrounding the historic Wayzata Depot will feature a new restroom building and expanded gardens. Visitors will enjoy new lawns, decks, and terraces with seating, picnic tables and a community hearth.

Where We Are - Completed Projects

aerial view of lake street

The key locations of improvement are labeled with numbers above. Learn more about each spot below!

Streetscape and Sidewalk Improvements along Lake Street 

A newly reconfigured Lake Street, from Broadway to Ferndale, is improving accessibility and creating a safer environment for pedestrians, cyclists, vehicles, and businesses. The project includes:

  • A two-way off-street bike lane on the Southside of the street, providing a seamless connection to the Dakota Rail Regional Trail
  • Expanded sidewalks on the north side of the street to enhance shopping and dining experiences
  • Dedicated turn lanes at the intersection of Barry and Lake Street, creating smoother trac flow while preserving on-street parking
  • spaces that supplement free public parking throughout downtown
  • Upgraded railroad crossings at Barry, Broadway, and Ferndale to greatly enhance safety and accessibility to the lake
  • Critical public works upgrades, including water main, storm sewer, and water treatment infrastructure improvements