Wayzata Beach & Marina
“Permit Parking Only” signs have been added along the north and west sides of the parking lot by the Wayzata Beach and Marina. Wayzata Beach has reopened to swimming effective yesterday, August 27. The beach was closed to swimming on August 25 due to a high bacteria count from a water sample. Hennepin County rested the water on August 26 and found that it returned to safe limits and the beach could be reopened.
The City’s Streets Department has nearly completed painting crosswalks and other pavement markings throughout the City. Main line street and parking lot striping will continue in September. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during these street maintenance activities.
Utility Work on Mill Street, Wayzata Blvd. and Superior Blvd.
In July, Universal Services began installing utility lines for Comcast in Wayzata. Currently, they are working along Wayzata Blvd, Superior Blvd, and Mill Street. Work in this area is expected to be completed in August.
Tree Planting at the City’s Monopole Site
The City hired Hoffman & McNamara Nursery and Landscape to plant 25 Balsam Fir and Norway Spruce trees along the east side of the monopole site, which is located near Wayzata West Middle School. The trees will offer screening between the monopole and the residential neighborhood along Barry Avenue North.