August 2, 2020
Portion Of Lake Street Closed Monday – Wednesday 6a – 5p
According to Stahl Construction, the 600 block of Lake Street in Wayzata will be closed from 6 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.
The closure will allow the completion of planter bed landscaping.
August 1, 2020
Panoway Plaza Work Behind Schedule
As Phase 1 of the Panoway Project moves forward, portions of the work have fallen behind schedule.
The work on the plaza outside of CōV restaurant is one section of that construction.
June 21, 2020
$10M For Wayzata Lake Effect Doesn’t Make Special Session Cut
Courtesy Lake Effect Conservancy/City of Wayzata
As new asphalt paved the way along Lake Street as part of the Panoway (Lake Effect) Project Phase 1, a $10 million request for Phase 2 stalled at the state Capitol.
A week-long special session ended Saturday morning with many items still on the table.
One of these includes a bonding bill.
But even if legislators passed a bonding bill, both the House version,
, and the Senate version, HF107 , did not include the $10 million the city of Wayzata had asked for. SF4
This is the second time Wayzata’s request did not make the cut.
Wayzata City Council Moving Forward With Panoway Lake Street Project, Construction Begins Monday
The Wayzata City Council decided to continue moving forward with the Panoway Lake Street construction project at a special emergency workshop meeting on Thursday, March 26.
Construction will begin Monday, March 30.
January 19, 2020
Business Feedback on Lake Street Development Discussed
The Wayzata City Council discussed the Panoway On Wayzata Bay plan at a workshop prior to the city council meeting.
January 16, 2020
Gov. Walz Recommends $10M for Wayzata Lake Effect
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is recommending $10 million for a grant to the City of Wayzata for a boardwalk and for ecological restoration along the shoreline of Lake Minnetonka as a part of the Lake Effect project.
December 9, 2019
City of Wayzata Introduces Lake Effect Construction Manager Stahl Construction
The construction manager for the Lake Effect Project, Stahl Construction, was introduced at Tuesday’s Wayzata City Council meeting.
“We’re a small staff, we’re not going to be boots on the ground every day,” said city manager Jeff Dahl. “We need help managing and communicating all the invested stakeholders.”
Stahl updated project cost estimates, communications and engagement plan, preliminary construction staging plan was well as discussed an updated timeline.