Parks, Pathways and Recreation

City of Eagle Parks and Recreation COVID-19 update as of 3/26/2020 9:30 AM

Following the guidance of Idaho’s public health experts, Governor Brad Little issued a statewide 21 day stay-home order yesterday for all Idahoans. Effective immediately, in the best interest of our participants, visitors and employees, we are extending our current suspension of all city sponsored and affiliated activities, classes, programs, sports and events through Sunday, April 19.  This is a constantly evolving process and we are grateful for the community’s support and patience as we navigate the mitigation of COVID-19. We highly encourage the community to stay tuned to our the City of Eagle website, social media platforms (@CITYOFEAGLEIDAHO, @EAGLEPARKSRECREATION) for the most up to date information.  Below you will find more detailed information regarding this decision. 


During this time frame Eagle Parks and Recreation events scheduled in April are Postponed or cancelled.  The 2020 Easterfest scheduled Saturday, April 11 is postponed until a later date.  The City is already working with our partner organizations on a new date, but will not be announcing until we receive directives from the various health organizations that it is safe to do so.  The April 21st Yappy Hour will also be cancelled and resume as scheduled Tuesday, June 2nd.  Moreover, the 2nd annual Glow in the Park Saturday, April 25th has been cancelled until next year.  We understand the positive economic impact our events have on local businesses and look forward to resuming the run next spring.  City of Eagle Parks and Recreation is continuing to move forward with planning and execution of Eagle Saturday Market (opens May 2), Gazebo Concert Series (kicks off June 11), and Eagle Fun Days (July 10-11).  We will continue to evaluate events scheduled beyond April, but at this time, no modifications have been made to any event scheduled to be held after Glow in the Park April 25.       

Programs, Activities, and Classes

Any city sponsored in-person program will be impacted through Sunday, April 19 and resuming on Monday, April 20.  This includes Eagle Youth Soccer.  For city sponsored programs, those registered for programs, classes, and activities will receive direct correspondence from our team as to the status of your class in terms of cancellations and/or modifications.  This correspondence will be sent to the email on file. If you are registered for a program and have not been contacted via email by Wednesday, April 1 at noon, please call Eagle Parks and Recreation at 208-489-8763.   

Please check-out the City of Eagle Parks and Recreation’s Virtual Recreation located here.  As we all limit our exposure and continue social distancing City of Eagle Parks and Recreation encourages you to stay active and healthy. The good news is there are plenty of ways we can maintain our active lives, even within social distancing guidelines. Please check out our Virtual Recreation Center on how you and your family can continue living active healthy lives. Want to see something added to our list or have questions? Email us at 

Additionally, Eagle Parks and Recreation is working with our regularly scheduled instructors to bring free live stream classes to our social media platforms.  

Eagle Youth Soccer League

Eagle Parks and Recreation Department, in the best interest of our community’s health, is cancelling the 2020 EYSL spring league and will resume the Eagle Youth Soccer League Fall 2020. The fall season runs mid-August through mid-October. 

City of Eagle Summer Activity Guide

The 2020 City of Eagle Activity Guide has been sent via mail to Eagle residents. We will continue to evaluate classes/camp scheduled April 20 and beyond, but at this time, no modifications have been made to any class/camp scheduled April 20-August 31.       


Eagle Landing Community Center.  The Community Center will be closed until further notice.  Eagle Parks and Recreation is available by phone at 208-489-8763 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. We highly encourage you to call first to see if the transaction can be completed or your question(s) can be answered over the phone before attempting to come to the facility. 

Sports Fields.  Are closed until further notice. 

Park Shelters.  Are closed until further notice.  

Playgrounds.  All playgrounds located within city parks are closed until further notice.  For a full list of city parks, click here. 

Public Restroom Reduction in Hours of Operation.  Until further notice, all public restrooms are scheduled to be open from 8:00am to 3:00pm  For a full list of city parks, click here.        

Parks. For areas outside of those where guidance has been issued above, we are advising the public that the City of Eagle Public Works department has shifted its priority to the sanitation of public areas and will be cleaning three times daily.  Outdoor facilities are to be used at your own risk. We advise the public to continue to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and the Central District Health. 

Open park space, trails, and pathways remain open.  Again, please follow the social distancing recommendations of the CDC and Central District Health.  

Rental Facilities.  All rentals at city facilities are cancelled through Sunday, April 19.  If you have rented a facility or have a Community Event scheduled, you will be contacted by phone or email by Wednesday, April 1 at noon. This correspondence will be sent to the email on file or our team will use the phone number on file.  If you have reserved a facility and have not been contacted via email or phone by April 1 at noon, please call Eagle Parks and Recreation 208-489-8763.

Department Overview

The City of Eagle Parks, Pathways and Recreation Department is unique due to our innovation. Programming innovation drives us to grow as a department.  The department itself is very young and we continue to create meaningful, exceptional parks, trails and programming for our public. Our goal is to stand out in the Parks and Recreation industry by valuing happy, healthy, active lifestyles. With a driven community, we can reach a wider audience and have more people enjoy our parks and stay up to date with important information.


The Parks, Pathways and Recreations mission is to provide and create exceptional opportunities for play which improves the livability and quality of life for people while fostering respect for the natural and cultural environments of Eagle.

1.Promote Community Health
2. Support Economic Opportunity
3. Ensure Equity
4. Proactively & Responsively Manage
5. Safely Connect & Circulate
6. Provide Great Recreation Choices

Emergency after hours for Parks, Pathways and Recreation 

  • For emergencies needing police or fire, please call 911
  • Parks after-hour concerns call (208) 912-3018

Lost and Found

Have you recently lost something at one of our parks? Please call (208) 489-8763.

Splash Pad

Splash pads are open from Memorial weekend (May) through Labor Day weekend (September) weather permitting. Hours 9:00am - 9:00pm.    

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