Board & Commission Openings

The City of Eagle is seeking interested citizens to fill openings in the following Boards/Commissions. Eagle needs you! 

The City of Eagle has several opportunities for residents and others who qualify to serve in a variety of ways. This is an excellent chance to give back to your community and positively impact the future of the City. Please review the information below and take a moment to apply if an opening piques your interest.

For more information, contact the City of Eagle Clerk’s Office at 208-939-6813. 

Design Review Board Opening

The City of Eagle is seeking interested citizens to fill an opening on the Design Review Board. We are in search of a qualified person with an engineering background to fill this opening. The Board regularly meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.  This is a volunteer position (serving without compensation) which is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent approval of the City Council.  

Those who wish to serve on the Board are required to submit a Request for Appointment form with a letter of interest and list of qualifications/resume to clerks@cityofeagle.org.  The Request for Appointment form can be found on the right-hand side of this page. The deadline for submittal is January 27, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. (MST).

Animal Control Committee

The City of Eagle is seeking up to five (5) individuals with an expressed interest in or knowledge of animal control, care, or welfare, to comprise an Animal Control Committee.  The purpose of the Committee is to recommend amendments to city code relating to animal control, review the current animal control contract and make suggestions, and suggest pet-specific programs for the City to consider offering.  This is a volunteer position that is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor with subsequent confirmation of the City Council. 

Additionally, subject matter experts are encouraged to apply to serve as non-voting ex-officio members.  Subject matter experts must be an organized group, and a representative shall be nominated via a letter from the President or Chairman of said group.  

The Committee will meet quarterly with special meetings as needed. All members will serve the same term.  The Animal Control Committee will dissolve twenty-four (24) months from the date that member appointment is confirmed or upon presentation to the Council of Committee recommendations, whichever occurs first.   

Those who wish to serve on the Animal Control Committee are required to submit a letter of interest and Request for Appointment form to clerks@cityofeagle.org.  The Request for Appointment form can be found on the right-hand side of this page.   The submittal deadline is January 25, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time (MST)

Eagle Urban Renewal Agency

The City of Eagle is seeking an interested individual to fill an opening on the Eagle Urban Renewal Agency board. The Eagle Urban Renewal Agency (EURA) is an independent public redevelopment agency created in 2006 with the mission of promoting sustainable economic growth, vitality, and community enhancement through collaboration and community investment and to encourage revitalization and rehabilitation throughout the urban renewal district. To accomplish its mission, the agency works in close partnership with the Mayor, City Council, City staff, developers, and a variety of public entities as well as downtown and neighborhood groups.


The Commission meets regularly on the 1st Tuesday of each month, with a special meeting held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, as needed. The selected applicant will fill the remainder of a vacated term that will end in August of 2022. This is a volunteer position that is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent approval of the City Council.


Those who wish to serve on the Eagle Urban Renewal Agency are required to submit a letter of interest and “Request for Consideration of Appointment” form to City Hall (PO Box 1520, Eagle, ID 83616) or to clerks@cityofeagle.org. The Request for Appointment form can be found on the right-hand side of this page.   Open until filled.


Bureau of Land Management Work Group Committee

The City of Eagle is seeking up to four (4) At-Large members to serve on the Bureau of Land Management Work Group Committee. Members must be Eagle residents including at least one homeowner within ½ mile of the BLM property. 

Additionally, the City of Eagle is seeking one (1) Non-Voting Ex-Officio member from each of the following groups: equestrian, mountain bikers, runners, hikers, shooters, off-highway vehicle (OHV) users, or other non-voting subject matter experts as requested. Primary User Groups must be an organized group and the representative shall be nominated via a letter from the President or Chairman of the group. 

The purpose of this Committee is to advise the City Council regarding Eagle’s recreation and use concept plan for the 2,200-acres of BLM land within the limits of the City of Eagle, north of Beacon Light Road, east of State Highway 16, and west of Willow Creek Road.   

This is a volunteer position that is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent approval of the City Council.   The term of the Committee will not exceed three (3) months from the date of confirmation.

Those who wish to serve on the Committee are required to submit a letter of interest and Request for Consideration Form. The Request for Appointment form can be found on the right-hand side of this page.  A resume or curriculum vitae are encouraged. Ex-Officio members may complete the same form, and simply attach the nomination letter from their organization. Applications may be mailed to the Clerk’s Office at 660 East Civic Lane, Eagle, Idaho 83616 or emailed to clerks@cityofeagle.org no later than 5:00 p.m. MST on Friday, December 4, 2020.

Eagle Industrial Development Corporation Board Opening

The City of Eagle is seeking interested citizens to fill an opening on the Industrial Development Corporation Board. The purpose of the Industrial Development Corporation is to encourage economic development and to help provide jobs in the city by providing tax-exempt bond financing for eligible economic development projects.  Under current law, that is restricted to projects which constitute “manufacturing”. 

The Board meets annually, typically in December. This is a volunteer position that is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent approval of the City Council. 

Those who wish to serve on the Commission are required to submit a letter of interest and Request for Consideration Form (The Request for Appointment form can be found on the right-hand side of this page and at Eagle City Hall 660 E. Civic Ln. Eagle, ID).  A resume or curriculum vitae are encouraged.  Applications may be submitted to the Clerk’s Office at 660 E. Civic Lane Eagle, Idaho 83616 or clerks@cityofeagle.org. Open until filled. 

Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee Openings

The City of Eagle is increasing Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee by two (2) members (One position filled on 3/24/2020, one position remains open).  Preference will be given to Eagle residents who are active in the business of development, building and/or real estate. 

The Commission regularly meets at least once annually or more often as needed. This is a volunteer position that is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent approval of the City Council. 

Those who wish to serve on the Commission are required to submit a letter of interest and Request for Consideration Form (The Request for Appointment form can be found on the right-hand side of this page and at Eagle City Hall 660 E. Civic Ln. Eagle, ID).  A resume or curriculum vitae are encouraged.  Applications may be submitted to the Clerk’s Office at 660 E. Civic Lane Eagle, Idaho 83616 or clerks@cityofeagle.org. Open until filled.