Comcast and Universal Services has begun installation of residential Cable TV and Internet Systems
Comcast has been granted approval to provide cable TV and internet service to Wayzata’s residents, and began installing the infrastructure system in July. Some of the infrastructure will be aerial (mounted on existing utility poles) and some of it will be installed underground. When scheduled to work in your neighborhood, Comcast’s contractor, Universal Services, will notify residents by placing door hangers on your door, like the one linked blow. If you have questions or would like more information about the project, you can visit the project webpage here: https://twincities.comcast.com/wayzataexpansion/ or you can contact Universal Services at 651-432-3000.
Verizon Wireless Installing Small-Cell Equipment
Verizon Wireless will be installing small-cell wireless antenna equipment on several City-owned street light poles. The installation of the first of five antennas has begun in the southeast corner of Lake Street East & Minnetonka Avenue South. Verizon has replaced the existing street light pole with a structurally reinforced pole that has a similar appearance to the existing pole. The additional antenna equipment will extend approximately 10 feet higher than the street light pole. Contact the City’s Engineering Department at 952-404-5371 with questions related to the Verizon Wireless equipment.
2022 Street Rehabilitation
Streets to be milled and re-paved include:
- Barry Avenue North
- Central Avenue South (south of LaSalle Street)
- Chicago Avenue North
- Gardner Street East
- Lake Street East (east of the roundabout)
- Minnetonka Avenue North
- Park Street East
- Walker Avenue North
On Central Avenue South and on Lake Street East, concrete curbs will be installed as part of the bituminous mill and overlay work. Construction is expected to begin around September 12, and is scheduled to be complete by the end of October.