Zoning Study Task Force Application
The City is launching a Zoning Study in order to implement the vision adopted in the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. There was more interest in Task Force participation than expected, so the City Council directed staff to create a formal application process to be reviewed prior to the next City Council meeting.
Apply Here for Zoning Task Force at: https://forms.gle/dJbkBs3SRZ8rb6Gt5 (Deadline August 25th)
Promenade of Wayzata Analysis
An application was submitted for a proposal that clarifies the list of permitted uses at the Promenade of Wayzata at 801 Lake St E. With the changing market demands for retail, there is increased interest for office, dental, and other service-oriented tenants in these spaces. The applicant is not planning any major changes to the buildings. This review process will clarify the types of land uses permitted at this location.
More Info: https://www.wayzata.org/658/Land-Use-Analysis-at-Promenade-of-Wayzat
Upcoming Public Hearings
The Wayzata Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday September, 8 to consider a development application for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a 5’6’’ tall fence gate in the front yard at 405 Bushaway Road.
More info: https://www.wayzata.org/660/CUP-for-Gate-Height-at-405-Bushaway-Road
The Wayzata Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday September, 8 to consider a development application for a two-lot subdivision at 320 Hampton Street South. The proposed parcel is vacant and the proposed subdivision shows the construction of a cul-de-sac at the end of Hampton Street South.
More info: https://www.wayzata.org/659/Subdivision-at-320-Hampton-St-S
Recovery for Lake Street Businesses
The City’s Lake Street Business District was selected as a recovery zone for assistance from Hennepin County. The City is joining a kick-off meeting for this work soon and will have more information in the coming weeks. The City will work closely with the Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce. It is funded by the Federal CARES Act.