The local council voted unanimously on the change this week.
They included a march to St. Anthony Main and a "Roll 4 Justice."
The teenager's cause of death was freshwater drowning.
The pair were pulled from the water on Tuesday evening.
The Supreme Court rejected a challenge brought by local homeowners.
Sections of four more parkways will also be fully closed.
It's the latest effort by the Parks and Rec Board to promote social distancing.
Wading pools are also included in the shutdown.
The 39-year-old's cause of death was freshwater drowning.
The man's body was recovered between Lake of the Isles and Bde Maka Ska.
The changes will go into effect as early as Thursday.
The park board has jurisdiction over streets and parks around the contentious lake.
Twin Cities Beach Blast has moved the races to dry land.
Beaches usually re-open with 24-48 hours after bacteria-related closings.
It's been renamed Bde Maka Ska Park by the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board.
The fire destroyed the restaurant on Bde Maka Ska.
This comes a couple weeks after the Bde Maka Ska restaurant burned down.
The restaurant at Bde Maka Ska sustained significant damage.
The fire was originally thought to have been caused by lightning.
The decision comes after Lola on the Lake burned down on Thursday.
The cause is under investigation, but it's possible it was lightning.
A Mpls. Park Board committee is taking up the proposal Wednesday.
The Court of Appeals has ruled the name change illegal.