Wayzata Community Education Summer Programs Canceled
Earlier this year, the City of Wayzata and Wayzata Community Ed announced that they had formed a new partnership to offer summer programs in Wayzata parks. We have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of summer and the opportunity to share the fun and educational activities we had planned for Wayzata residents. Just as COVID-19 has changed our daily lives, it has also changed our summer plans. Wayzata Community Ed and the Wayzata Parks and Trails Board felt it was in the best interest of the community to cancel the remaining summer park programs offered by Wayzata Community Ed. As difficult as this decision was, it is important we protect the health and safety of the community.
We encourage you to get outside this summer and enjoy the parks with your family, while following safety guidelines. We look forward to seeing you in our park programs next summer, when we can launch our new partnership under better circumstances.
Wayzata Beach is Open, Lifeguards are Not on Duty
The City of Wayzata has decided to leave Wayzata Beach open to the community, this season. Unfortunately, the City had to make several difficult decisions, and decided lifeguards will not be stationed at the beach this season. We ask people using the beach to be safe, to stay close to inexperienced swimmers and to do their best to follow social distancing and CDC guidelines.
Restrooms at the beach and parks
Public Works staff will open the public restrooms at the beach and Bell Courts on Friday, June 5.
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