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Posted on: February 21, 2024

Mayor Minutes Podcast: A Year in Review

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In this episode, City Manager Jeff Dahl discusses City initiatives and successes in 2023 and what is to come in 2024! 

Listen to full episode: https://...

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Posted on: February 7, 2024 | Last Modified on: February 19, 2015

A Year in Review: The Stories that Made 2023

Panoway ground breaking event from 2023

In 2023, the City worked to enhance the operations and services provided to residents and continued to grow and operate at a high level to meet the ever-changing needs of residents, businesses, and visitors. 

The 2023 Annual Report is a reflection...

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Posted on: February 1, 2024

February Issue of the Portal Newsletter Now Available

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The February 2024 issue of the Portal Newsletter is now available. Click here to read more.   

Sign up to receive notifications about the Portal and other City updates at www.wayzata.org/notifyme

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Posted on: February 2, 2024

Using Too Much Salt on Driveways & Sidewalks Can Harm the Lake

Too much salt vs the proper amount

When snow and ice melts on hard surfaces, it runs into storm drains that flow into lakes, ponds and wetlands. This means, when snow and ice melt off of your house and driveway this winter, the salt will go with it and will ultimately flow into Lake Minnet...

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Posted on: January 31, 2024 | Last Modified on: February 19, 2015

Pre-Owned Book Outlet at Wayzata Library

shelf of books at the wayzata library

Stop by the Wayzata Library in February to shop the Valentine’s Day Pre-Owned Book Outet taking place in the south-east corner during library hours.

The suggested donation is $1 - $2 per title. Each purchase can be made on the honor system and donations wi...

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Posted on: January 3, 2024

Important Ice Safety Reminder

a diagram showing ice safety created by the Minnesota DNR

As a reminder, the Minnesota DNR does not measure ice thickness on Minnesota lakes. Your safety is your responsibility — check ice thickness at least every 150 feet using an ice chisel, ice auger or a cordless 1/4 inch drill with a long bit. Ice...

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