Cement work ramping up A number of concrete trucks lined Lake Street to deliver product to Wayzata Blu on Friday, December 7, 2018. Developer David Carlson indicated in an email this week that 9 units have been sold and 9 units are available including unit 303 which is 2,781 square feet and listed for sale […]
The Wayzata Sailing School has been fundraising to build a new clubhouse, and the demolition of the old structure occurred recently. The Mike Plant Community Boathouse is expected to open during the summer of 2019. The building is located at 456 Arlington Circle South. For more information about the Wayzata Community Sailing Center visit WayzataSailing.org
Jenna Johnson scores 22 points to lead Trojans Your Wayzata Girls Basketball team opened with a solid win over Prior Lake last night. Sophomore guard Jenna Johnson led the Trojans with 22 points, followed by Junior forward Annika Stewart with 16 points. View the photo gallery at Wayzata Photography. Other notable performances included Kallie Theisen […]
Some of you have heard of the Sleep Out movement, a 23-year tradition where families, businesses, faith communities, schools and scout troops sleep out or sleep in to raise awareness and funds to prevent homelessness. Last year, one in five of the families Interfaith worked with experienced homelessness. Here are five ways you can help! […]
View the sights and sounds of the 2018 Wayzata Light up the Lake event held on November 23, 2018 in downtown Wayzata, MN. Presented by the City of Wayzata, The Wayzata Historical Society, and the Wayzata Chamber of Commerce. Sponsor: Lake Minnetonka Real Estate .com
Community members, elected officials and city staff gather to break ground on the Wayzata Police Memorial on November 2nd, 2018.
The following results are being reported by the Minnesota Secretary of State website: Barry Petit 821 19.72% Cathy Iverson 956 22.96% Johanna McCarthy 1337 32.12% Jeff Buchanan 1028 24.69% WRITE-IN** 21 0.50%
Today is the day to vote, and here is your sample ballot for Wayzata, Minnesota. Wayzata City Council race While you are probably aware of the races for Governor and U.S. Representative, the local Wayzata City Council race is in full effect today as well. You can watch video interviews of each candidate here: Barry […]
Your Wayzata Trojans girls soccer team finished 2nd in the state to a very good Minnetonka Skippers team. There is an extensive photo gallery located on WayzataPhotography.com.
The Wayzata Police Department had 11 calls for public assistance during the period of Oct. 20 – Nov. 2. The department responded to six business alarms and four home alarms. On Oct. 23 at 1:40 p.m., a report of identity theft was investigated by officers on the 400 block of Highcroft Road in Wayzata. No […]
The City of Wayzata is breaking ground on a new Police Memorial next to City Hall on November 2 at noon. PRESS RELEASE FROM THE CITY OF WAYZATA: (Wayzata, MN – October 29, 2018) On Friday, November 2, 2018, at noon the City of Wayzata will be holding a ground breaking event of the Wayzata […]
The Wayzata Girls soccer team played Stillwater to a 1-1 stalemate through 2 halfs and an additional 20 minutes of overtime play. That’s when the drama really started as the Ponies and the Trojans were involved in a penalty kick shoot-out. Who kicks the penalty shots for the Trojans is part of a season long […]
The Wayzata City Council race is in full force with four candidates running for two open seats. Former Mayor Barry Petit sits down with Dan Gustafson of Wayzata.com to discuss his campaign and policies. All candidates have been invited to discuss their campaigns in the same manner. Stay tuned to Wayzata.com for more info.
Emily Dillon is pictured above. © Dan Gustafson & Wayzata Photography. Both the Wayzata girls and boys soccer teams will be advancing to the State tournament after victories Tuesday night. Emily Dillon scored the lone goal for the girls, and St. Louis Park actually scored against itself in overtime during the boys game. Click here to […]