Denver-based urban design and landscape architecture firm Civitas will design the Lake Minnetonka waterfront for the City of Wayzata, Minn. Denver-based Civitas Selected for Minn. Waterfront Project
The Wayzata Lake Effect Project is moving forward! In March, the Wayzata City Council approved a contract with Civitas – an award winning landscape architecture and design firm, to move forward with the design of the Lake Effect Project, with construction slated to begin in 2019. The Lake Effect Project, is a strategic initiative by … Read More
The Wayzata City Council approved a contract with Civitas to move forward with the design of implementation plans and construction documents for the Lake Effect Project on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Read the full story here.
For Wayzata residents, the past few years have seen a surge in residential and commercial development, bringing with it a vibrancy and level of energy not seen perhaps since the days of James J. Hill. The speed of change has left many wondering what Wayzata’s future will look like. Will the city be able to … Read More
Wayzata’s Lake Effect project wins the American Society of Landscape Architects Colorado Merit Award. http://www.aslacolorado.org/awards/planning-and-urban-design
Wayzata hears updates on Lake Effect, parking ramp Published September 29, 2016 at 8:00 am Project planners provided updates at Sept. 20 city council meeting The status reports of two major city projects – the Wayzata Lake Effect and the Mill Street Parking Ramp – were provided to residents and the city council during the … Read More
(Wayzata, MN – August 4, 2016) Wayzata City Council approved plans for the Lake Effect Project on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Scope of the Lake Effect Implementation Plan: Transforming the Lake Edge—Build lake edge improvements from “Eco Park” to the Depot, including restored wetland and renovated Section Foreman House, the boardwalk with improved connections to … Read More