Lake Street, between Ferndale Road and Barry Avenue is open to motorists in both directions and to pedestrians on the south side of Lake Street. Contractors are currently completing landscaping, sod installation, and street lighting in this area.
Westbound Lake Street, between Broadway and Walker Avenues is open to motorists. Eastbound Lake Street will remain closed to allow the contractors access to the new Plaza Park area.
Full closure of Lake Street between Walker and Barry Avenues is expected to remain through the end of August. Businesses on Lake Street are accessible to pedestrians and there is ample parking available on adjacent side streets, and at the City’s Mill Street Parking Ramp.
Please Use Sidewalks
The streets are not to be used by pedestrians. There are many safety hazards that exist on and around the Wayzata Panoway construction job site, which is why the site is fenced off, and the public is not permitted to enter the site.
The posted detour routes for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians are the safest routes around the construction zone. Use of the railroad corridor is prohibited. Walking, jogging or biking on the railroad corridor is considered trespassing. Please use the designated routes instead.
The Streets Department is currently striping parking lots, painting crosswalks and other pavement markings throughout Wayzata. This work will continue through August and into September.
Utility Work on Lake Street, Manitoba Avenue and Barry Avenue
In July, Universal Services began installing utility lines for Comcast in Wayzata. Currently, they are working along Lake Street, Manitoba Avenue, and Barry Avenue. Work in this area is expected to be completed in August. We encourage you to visit NavigateWayzata.com for the latest information about the projects. You can also sign up to receive text or email updates about the construction projects in the City.
Special Event Permits
Staff has processed or is processing the following Special Event permits
(staff is aware of more events that will require a permit but applications have not yet been submitted).
Date of event Name of event
- June – September Wai Nai Paddleboard Rental (Wayzata Beach)
Community Feedback Needed
Submit Your Input on Regional Trail Development
The Three Rivers Park District (TRPD) is working on a Master Plan project to extend a regional trail from Wayzata to the Rogers/Dayton area and is now ready for public outreach and comments.
TRPD is soliciting and accepting comments from Wayzata on the potential trail options for the future regional trail.
You can provide input at www.letstalkthreerivers.org/diamond-lake-regional-trail-master-plan