- Eagle Boards & Commissions
Eagle Boards & Commissions
To be considered for any open board/committee you must :
- Fill out the online Request for Consideration Form. Please note: upon submitting a Request for Consideration Form, your personal information may become a public record per the Idaho Public Records Act.
- A resume is strongly encouraged, and can be uploaded to the online form
If you have questions please call Eagle City Clerk's Office at 208-939-8613.
Board & Commission Openings
View current open positions on City Boards and Commissions.
Eagle Arts Advisory Committee
The Eagle Arts Advisory Committee's mission is to enhance Eagle’s history and aesthetically enhance its sense of place by responsibly promoting the arts for the benefit of the greater Eagle community.
Bureau of Land Management Work Group
The Bureau of Land Management Work Group was formed 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.
Design Review Board
The Board reviews all development proposals within the design review district.
Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee
The Committee shall consist of two members who are active in the business of development, building or real estate.
Downtown Advisory Board
The City of Eagle established this advisory board to provide sustainability and continued redevelopment and revitalization of the City’s downtown planning areas.
Eagle Animal Control Committee
The purpose of the Committee is to recommend amendments to the 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.
Historic Preservation Commission
The mission of the Eagle Historic Preservation Commission is to safeguard the City’s historic structures and features; to foster civic pride in the past; to promote the use of historic districts and landmarks for the education, pleasure, and welfare of the people of the City; and to encourage preservation of historic integrity in land use and development planning.
Industrial Development Corporation
The purpose of the Corporation is to function as a public corporation pursuant to the provisions of the Act and the Ordinance, to issue tax exempt nonrecourse Revenue Bonds to finance Industrial Development Facilities within the corporate boundaries of the City.
The Eagle Public Library Board of Trustees creates policy; sets and oversees an operating budget; hires, supervises, and works as a team with a director; and makes sure that their communities are well represented and informed about the library.
Mayor's Youth Advisory Council (MYAC)
The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council, or MYAC, is an advisory council to the Mayor and Council in the City of Eagle. This council aims to aims to empower youth to become active members in their community through education and public service. This group acts as a voice of local teens within local government.
Parks, Pathways & Recreation Commission
The Parks, Pathways and Recreation Commission consists of seven members who are appointed for three-year terms.
Planning & Zoning Commission
Read about the Eagle Planning & Zoning Commission.
Urban Renewal Agency
Urban Renewal Agency web site (external link)
Spring Valley Community Infrastructure District 1
The Spring Valley Community Infrastructure District Number 1 was formed by the City of Eagle in accordance with Idaho Code Title 50, Chapter 31.