Oct 02Photo Contest- Winners

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The City of Wayzata has selected the winners for the recent photo contest. Click here to see all of the winning photos.

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Oct 02This Weekend in Wayzata!

Sep 30Wayzata High School Homecoming Parade

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Last week, the Wayzata High School Homecoming Parade made its way down Lake Street Friday afternoon. Click here to see photos from the parade.

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Sep 25Parking Survey Results

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The City of Wayzata will be presenting an overview of the Parking Pilot Programs at the City Council meeting on October 6th and will be reviewing the results of the recent survey. Businesses and community members are welcome to attend this session at Wayzata City Hall.

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Sep 212015 Person of the Year


The Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announced that Cindy Leines is the 2015 Person of the Year. Cindy is the founder of C.E.L Marketing PR Design and her expertise in community leadership, communications and volunteerism is extensive. A nomination of Cindy reads; "Few individuals have left more of an impact on the Chamber, the Wayzata community or businesses in the area than Cindy. She smiles, encourages, listens and promotes good to all she meets."

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Sep 18This Weekend in Wayzata!

Sep 17Lake Effect Design Team Selected


Wayzata city officials have chosen Denver-based Civitas Inc. to redesign parts of the downtown Wayzata lakefront. Click here to read more.

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Sep 16Celebrating the 41st Annual James J. Hill Days


The 41st Annual James J. Hill Days was a success. Thanks to all of our sponsors, volunteers, City of Wayzata, and wonderful weather, for a great weekend. Click here to see some photos from the event.

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Sep 11This Weekend in Wayzata!

Sep 09September Named ‘Wayzata Kindness Month’

Following a proposal from Girl Scout Troop 13750, the City of Wayzata has declared September as Wayzata Kindness Month. Click here for the full story.

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