Public Works Update
The Street Department Has Begun Pothole Patching on City Streets.
Patching in the winter and spring months is done with a material called “cold mix” which is more workable at cold winter temperatures. Regular city pothole patching with “hot mix” asphalt begins in May when asphalt plants re-open for the season. Hot mix asphalt is more durable than cold mix asphalt and provides a more permanent repair of potholes.
Various roads running through Wayzata are owned by the city, county or the state, and it’s important to contact the appropriate maintenance agency if you have a concern about potholes or other road conditions.
Please refer to the list below to determine who to contact:
State Highways (MnDOT), I-394 and rampsContact: 651.582.1550 or Click Here to Report a Problem
County Roads (Hennepin County), Gleason Lake Road (CR 15), Shoreline Drive (CR 15)
McGinty Road (CR 16), Bushaway Road (CR 101), Wayzata Blvd between Central Ave and Bushaway Road and County Road 101Contact: 612.596.0299 or Click Here to Report a Problem
All other roads are maintained by the city, unless they are private streets. For questions on city roads, please contact Wayzata Public Works at 952.404-5363.
Seasonal Road Restrictions
The City of Wayzata follows MnDOT's schedule for imposing and removing spring road weight limit restrictions. MnDOT has implemented Spring Load Restrictions beginning Thursday, March 4th, 2021 at 12:01 AM. Therefore, Wayzata has also implemented Seasonal Road Restrictions beginning Thursday, March 4th, 2021 at 12:01 AM. Additional information can be found by calling MnDOT at 651-747-2253 or by visiting the MnDOT website. A map indicating Wayzata’s restrictions can be found below.