The City of Wayzata seeks to establish a vision to transform Wayzata Boulevard to an even more welcoming, safe, connected, active commerce center for the Wayzata community in decades to come through the introduction of a detailed and comprehensive corridor plan.
As a central and pivotal building for the City, the Section Foreman House will be rehabilitated for reuse as a new vibrant lakefront learning center providing indoor and outdoor classroom and community space as part of the new Eco Park
City staff has compiled a list of sections to the Code that should be updated over the next two years. It includes updates to the Design Standards, Residential Zoning Districts, Commercial Zoning Districts, Tree Preservation, Signs, Fences, Subdivisions, Planned Unit Developments, Floodplain, Shoreland, and Wetland Standards.
The City is in the process of updating multiple chapters in code that relates to the preservation and maintenance of trees in Wayzata. The goal of the proposed updates is to improve the protection and preservation of trees and to enhance the natural environment of the community.