Wayzata Chamber President Talks Chilly Open

Wayzata Chamber of Commerce President Becky Pierson spent time with Wayzata.com’s Dan Gustafson talking about the upcoming Chilly Open. The Chilly Open is celebrating its 35th year. The popular community event includes a golf tournament, snowga, a Porsche ice drive, snowkiting and dog sled rides. The Chilly Open is Friday Feb. 8 and Saturday Feb. […]

Shop with a Purpose Day Aims to  Raise Funds to Prevent Homelessness

Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners’ 23rd annual Sleep Out campaign will hold its final public event, Shop with a Purpose (SWAP), on Friday, Dec. 14. This annual tradition was started by amazing local business leaders as a way to support the annual Sleep Out campaign. As a one-day retail and dining extravaganza, it has raised $40,734 for Interfaith Outreach over the years to help break down barriers to […]

Wayzata Schools Board Meeting Monday

The next Wayzata School District Board meeting is Monday. The board is scheduled to discuss a student teaching agreement with Purdue. Ruchika Kamojiala will represent the Wayzata High School Student Council. A special recognition will be given to Class AA Girls’ Swim and Dive 100 Yard Freestyle champion Jordan McGinty. The board meeting begins at […]

District Releases Weather-Related Closing Information

Wayzata Public Schools release via email Dec. 5, 2018: Dear Parents and Guardians, In the event of inclement weather, the superintendent may close school, delay the start of school or dismiss school early. If Wayzata Public Schools closes or has a late start, phone calls, email and SMS text messages (message and data rates may […]

License To … Bark, Register Your Dog

Registration has begun for 2019 Wayzata dog licenses. All dogs over the age of six months are required to be licensed through the city. Print out the Dog License Application Form and bring in the form to the Wayzata Police Department during regular business hours. Residents can also mail in the form with payment and […]

Wayzata Boat Slip Lottery Approaching

The City of Wayzata mailed boat slip renewal applications in November to current slip holders. The deadline for boat slip renewal applications and boat slip lottery applications is the second Tuesday in January. The lottery drawing for the 2019 open boat slips will take place on the first Tuesday in February.

Story Times at the Wayzata Library

Submitted by Kia Vang, Youth Services Librarian From the moment children are born, and even before – their brains are like sponges soaking up every experience. They are ready to learn! All family members and caregivers have the power to shape the early literacy skills children need to read and write. Baby and family story times […]

December 4 Wayzata City Council Workshop & Meeting Agendas Released

The city of Wayzata has released the agendas for both the City Council Workshop and City Council Meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The workshop takes place at 5:30 p.m. in the Wayzata Community Room. The city council meeting follows at 7 p.m. City Council Workshop Agenda items include the following: Comp Plan Update City Council […]

Wayzata Police Concerned About Thefts From Vehicles

The Wayzata Police Department is warning residents about a rash of tampering and thefts from motor vehicles. According to investigators, the incidents occurred on Rice Street East, Grand Avenue South, Barry Avenue South, Birch Lane and the 700 block of Wayzata Boulevard East during the past week. The department says that some of the vehicles […]

Book Signing: A Lifetime of Luck and Pluck By Bette Hammel

Wednesday, December 5 at 7:00 p.m.At Wayzata Community Room Information Submitted by the Wayzata Historical Society The Wayzata Historical Society invites you to hear from journalist, author, and longtime Wayzata resident Bette Hammel as we support her latest book signing on December 5th. In a reading from her new memoir, A Lifetime of Luck and Pluck, Hammel […]