Wayzata’s Interim Police Chief Marc Schultz updated Wayzata.com on the State of the Police Department recently. Schultz also addressed the community on Aug 3, 2021at the State of the City which was held at Wayzata Country Club.
Schultz noted that former Chief of Police Mike Risvold retired this spring ...
The Wayzata State of the City took place at the Wayzata Country Club on August 3, 2021. Wayzata mayor Johanna Mouton addressed a few major topics including the Panoway Project, COVID-19, and the City's Operations.
“After nearly a decade of planning, it was a pleasure to finally be able ...
A previous Wayzata Art Experience is held on Lake Street in Downtown Wayzata. Submitted photo
The Wayzata Art Experience will be held on June 26 and 27 on the shores of Wayzata Bay.
Presented annually by the Wayzata Chamber of Commerce, the Experience will feature 100 Juried Artists ...View More
The Wayzata Historical Society, The Wayzata Heritage Preservation Board, The Wayzata Conservancy and the City of Wayzata are celebrating a decade long effort to have the Section Foreman House on the National Register of Historic Places. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who has and will work on this project!View More
After over a decade of coordinated effort by many within the community, the Section Foreman House has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the Register is the United States federal government’s official list of districts, sites, buildings and ...
The Center for Disease Control issued new guidelines for those who have received a vaccine significantly relaxing mask mandates except where required by local rules or laws.
“Fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial ...
The Wayzata Planning Commission approved a motion to send new design standards on to the City Council.
Andrew Faulkner, project manager with architecture and urban design firm Van Meter Williams Pollack, went into detail on amendments to the proposed design standards. The amendments were in response to discussion held during ...View More
The City of Wayzata will discuss changing city code to allow the keeping of chickens on residential lots at a May 4th Council Workshop.
According to the agenda, the “topic has been brought up several times over the past year and most recently, the Council directed staff to do some ...View More
The City of Wayzata has cancelled the annual volunteer planting opportunity Dig it Day, “In support of the health and safety of the community,” according to a release.
Organizers hope to hold the event in 2022