Navigate Wayzata - Project Update ( brought to you by City of Wayzata and Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce )

August 9, 2019

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Wayzata and Superior Boulevard Intersection


Construction will be completed in the coming weeks. The anticipated schedule of activities is as follows:
  • Week of August 12: The permanent signal system poles will be installed and the temporary system will be removed, which will require that the signal system is temporarily placed in “flash” mode and will function as a four-way stop. Plant and irrigation installation will also be completed along the north side of Wayzata Boulevard.
  • Week of August 19: Concrete sidewalk construction and associated restoration activities will be completed.
  • Week of August 26: The final layer of bituminous pavement will be placed and striping will be completed.
Minor restoration activities and clean-up work may extend into early September, however these activities are not anticipated to disrupt traffic.

Central Avenue Bridge Over Highway 12

MnDOT and their contractor continue work on the replacement of the Central Avenue / County Road 101 bridge over Highway 12. The bridge will remain closed until late October. The ramps on the east side of the bridge are scheduled to re-open on August 12. The ramps on the west side of the bridge will remain closed until late October. For more detailed information on the project, please visit the project website
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open house

Lake Street

We are currently accepting construction bids to reconstruct Lake Street from Broadway Avenue to Barry Avenue. This construction includes the first phase of work to bring the Wayzata Lake Effect to life, better preserving our Lake Minnetonka shoreline for generations to come. Lake Street will be reconstructed to be more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. A beautiful, multi-use plaza park will be added near the lakefront, replacing the existing surface parking lot at Lake Street and Broadway Avenue and providing additional gathering space for events and activities year-round. Construction is anticipated to begin in mid-September.

An open house meeting about the project is scheduled for Tuesday,
August 27 from 5-7 p.m.
in the Community Room at City Hall.

We encourage you to visit NavigateWayzata.com for the latest information about the project and suggested alternate routes. You can also sign up to receive text or email updates about these construction projects and learn new ways to get to your favorite local businesses as we sail ahead to a safer and improved Wayzata.

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