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.
ACHD Capital Investment Citizen Advisory Committee Opening:
The City of Eagle is seeking an individual to represent the City of Eagle on the Ada County Highway District (ACHD) Capital Investment Citizen Advisory Committee (CICAC). CICAC serves as an advisory committee to ACHD and consists of members of the six Ada County cities, one county designee and two Director appointees. CICAC members provide recommendations and assist ACHD in the prioritization of the capital investments and expenditures. Applicants must be residents of Eagle and should be active and have occupational expertise in one or more of the following: civil or traffic engineering; real estate, including building, development or marketing thereof; economics, accounting or finance; neighborhood organization; and highway and bridge construction. Membership on the committee is volunteer and filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent confirmation by the Ada County Highway District Commission. Those who wish to serve on the ACHD Capital Investment Citizen Advisory Committee are required to complete a Request for Consideration Application online. A resume or curriculum vitae are encouraged. Position open until filled.
Conservation Advisory Committee Openings:
The City of Eagle is seeking individuals to fill five (5) openings on the Eagle Conservation Advisory Committee. The Conservation Advisory Committee serves as a recommending body to the Mayor and City Council regarding the City of Eagle Conservation and Education Program (CEP). Advisory Committee projects may include the following: Acquisition of conservation easements to preserve food production, protect soils, provide pollinator and wildlife habitat, and for public trails and access associated with conservation; natural resource restoration, rehabilitation, or enhancement projects; management of noxious or invasive weeds; education materials, classes, and infrastructure associated with conservation-based education and outreach. The Committee of five, will consist of at least two members who possess a background in cultural resources or strategic planning and two members who have a background in natural resources and/or conservation. Please ensure that these qualifications are identified in your application. Priority will be given to Eagle residents. Membership on the committee is volunteer and filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent confirmation by the City Council. Selected applicants will be appointed to initial terms staggered between two (2) and four (4) years; subsequent terms will be four (4) years. The Committee will meet semi-annually, with special meetings as needed.
Those who wish to serve on the Eagle Conservation Advisory Committee are required to complete a Request for Consideration Form (online). A resume or curriculum vitae is encouraged. Request for Consideration forms shall be submitted online and will be open until positions are filled.