Eagle Soaring Citizen David Wood
Eagle is Home
Each quarter, the City and I are able to recognize an Eagle resident that goes above and beyond in their community. On July 26, the Council and I recognized David Wood for the Eagle Soaring Citizen Award. David is currently the Scoutmaster for Eagle Boy Scout Troop 77. He is also a gifted math instructor working with at risk teens at Middleton Atlas School. He works countless hours with his church and the scout troop to make our community better. He and the rest of the troop participate in Clean Up Eagle and Eagle Arbor Day planting trees, as they have done for several years. Thank you David for your ongoing efforts to make Eagle a safe and clean place to live. You are truly an example to us all. 

Stan Ridgeway, Mayor
Mayor Ridgeway with David Wood recieveing the
Eagle Soaring Citizen Award
August Calendar
Saturday Market every Saturday 9:30am-2pm
Aug 25 6:30pm - Gazebo Concert Series & Night Market
Aug 29 6:30pm - Town Hall
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The City of Eagle Parks and Recreation Summer Activity Guide is available! Activities for Families, Adults and Children.
Open Boards, Committees, and Commissions
  • Industrial Development Corporation Board
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Nominate Your Neighbor!
The city of Eagle would like to express our appreciation to the exceptional people in our community that make our city a great place to live and work. Do you know someone that enhances our quality of life? Helps those in need? Performs good deeds or acts of kindness? Please take the time to nominate your neighbors, friends, teachers, and volunteers in our community for one of our awards!
All nominations are accepted year-round. To nominate someone you know, please fill out the Nomination Form located on our website and return it to: City Hall, C/O Tammy Gordon, 660 E Civic Ln, Eagle, ID 83616 OR  
Volunteer of the Month - Mark Blakely
The City of Eagle recognizes the importance of volunteerism and is taking a moment to thank those who selflessly give of themselves to the community.

Mark plays a critical role in the safety of our Eagle Citizens. Mark's service to the Eagle Police is versatile. He had served in all aspects of the Police Department. He can be found patrolling the green belt on his mountain bike. Mark is often assisting the detectives with casework and conducting research. The administrative work that Mark conducts impacts many aspects of public safety. Mark has been involved in projects that include Clean Up Eagle, Eagle Fun Days and the city street light system. Mark is commended for his service to the City of Eagle.
Become a Market Vendor! 

Now accepting applications for vending at the Saturday Market or the Gazebo Concert Series-Night Market! 
or visit the Eagle Saturday Market page at

Eagle Public Library
100 N. Stierman Way
Eagle, Idaho 83616
 (208) 939-6814
The Library has great online services.  Downloadable audiobooks are a great way to rad while you’re on the go.  In addition to the audiobooks available to you through the Library’s Overdrive collection, you now have access to over 5,000 titles through OneClick Digital. To begin using this service, visit the library’s webpage and click on either the OneClick Digital logo or the E-AudioBooks button.
The Library is now offering streaming movies through IndieFlix.   Founded by filmmakers, IndieFlix curates the best worldwide film festivals to make sure independent films have an audience. Filmmakers work hard to create these incredible films and movie lovers deserve to be able to see them.  To begin using Indieflix, visit the library’s webpage and click on either the Indieflix logo or the Movies button.
You’re now able to download five (5) songs per week (they’re yours forever) AND stream music for three hours per day per card through the Library’s Freegal subscription, a collection of over 9,000,000 songs from thousands of music labels.  This is an increase in the number of songs you’re able to download each week, from three to five.  To stream or download music from Freegal, visit the library’s webpage ( and click on the Music button.  Freegal is also available on mobile devices.  
The Library’s game collection continues to grow.  If you haven’t seen it for a while, be sure to stop by and browse the collection.  You can also see the complete game collection through the library’s catalog.  Access the catalog at, click on the catalog button, choose which version of the catalog you prefer to use, and then type: eagle game collection.
Close out the summer with the great free programs happening at your Library this August, including:
  • Masterpiece for Kids : Jackson Pollock, Tuesday, August 8, 2:00 pm, Elementary School Age : make your version of a Pollock-style action painting.
  • Second Thursday Book Club, Thursday, August 11, 6:30 pm, Adult : The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver
  • Life-Size Angry Birds, Tuesday, August 16, 4:00 pm, Teens : Make and play a large version of the popular game.
  • Bugs!, Tuesday, August 23, 2:00 pm, Elementary School Age : It’s everything bugs!
For the complete listing of library programs, pick up a copy of the Library calendar or visit
Eagle Historical Museum
67 E. State St.
Eagle, Idaho
(208) 939-2669 
The Eagle Historical Society and the Eagle Historical Museum presents the “Community Cabinet.”
This collection of "Mother in the Kitchen" was on display for the month of July thanks to the Kathy and Don Lopez. 
If you would like to participate in this fun and educational project, please contact:
Helen Fisher, Eagle Museum
Alana Dunn, Museum Coordinator
Visit:  for details! 
The Eagle Arts Commission is pleased to present the Artist of the Month at Eagle City Hall. This gallery is open to the public and may be viewed during regular business hours.
If you are interested in displaying your artwork, please contact
AUGUST featured Artist

Debra Bruner

Early in life I discovered an affinity for creating art in a variety of forms.  I began with simple drawings of my favorite animals.  Expanding into sculptured art for many years, birds and wildlife became my focus.  I am primarily a self-taught artist, however, I was influenced by many exceptional artists as I was growing up.  My mother was a beautiful artist working in porcelain and ceramics most of her life.  She was well known for her reproduction porcelain dolls and bird sculptures.  We spent many hours together working on birds, flowers and wildlife sculptures.  Upon her passing, I sold our kiln and decided to take a different path in two-dimensional art.  It wasn’t until later in life that I began to paint in watercolors.  I invested time with a master watercolorist in Texas.  He influenced my style and gave me the basics of watercolor principles.   My watercolor subjects are influenced by western and ranching culture and often feature ranching themes. This is the lifestyle I grew up with and continue living today.  I hope you will see in my paintings, glimpses of my everyday ranching life that includes the animals I love and the people I meet along the way. 

Getting involved:
The public is encouraged to attend any and all meetings. Agendas are posted on our website calendar or can be sent to you directly by opting-into our Email Notifications or requesting a fax to (208) 939-6827.
Visit our site often for updates and the Latest News on our Home Page. Weekly meetings are also posted to our Facebook account here: 
Public Comment: 
Your input and engagement is encouraged. If you cannot attend the meetings and have an opinion, please submit your comments via email to All comments will be entered into public record and reviewed by the Mayor and Council.
*Please note Public Hearing testimony must be submitted 5 days prior to the hearing date. (Ord 1-8-3)