SHOP. House of 365
May 29This Weekend in Wayzata!
May 28Summer on the Minnehaha
The steamboat Minnehaha has officially returned to Lake Minnetonka for summer. The Minnehaha has been undergoing a series of renovations since summer of last year before returning to the waters on May 23, 2015. Click here for the full article.
May 22Hotels Coming to the Lake Area
Looking for more information about the new hotel coming to the Wayzata area? The Star Tribune recently featured the hotel coming to Wayzata in early 2017 and the proposed hotel in Excelsior. Click here to read more.
May 22This Weekend in Wayzata!
SHOP. Schuler Shoes
May 13Historic Home Looking for New Location
An 111-year-old house in Wayzata is facing demolition if relocation plans don't come forward. The Wise house was built in 1904 and the family played a prominent role in Wayzata's early history. Click here for the full story.
May 13Walgreens is Open for Business
The new Walgreens in Wayzata (located at the corner of Wayzata Blvd and Hwy 101) opened its doors for business on May 1 and features a drive through pharmacy, a photo center and a large selection of consumer products.
May 08This Weekend in Wayzata!
SHOP. The UPS Store
May 05Wayzata Farmers’ Market
The Wayzata Farmers' Market begins on May 28. Join them on Thursday afternoons from 1:00-5:00 pm in the American Legion Lot at 949 Wayzata Blvd E. Click here for more information.
Apr 28Five Year Strategic Plan
Over the past year, the Chamber has developed a Five Year Strategic Plan for what it would like to create for the greater Wayzata area by 2020. The plan includes 5 major strategic goals that will lead us to our vision. We hope to produce the vibrant. welcoming community that people from all over Minnesota will regularly visit to enjoy our many shops, restaurants and attractions along the shores of Lake Minnetonka.
Apr 22Downtown Parking Project Survey
In recent months, the City Council has been working to address improvements to parking in the downtown business district. The work began in late Fall by hiring consultant LSA Design to assist the City with a number of issues related to downtown parking, including: