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Statewide Stage 2 COVID-19 Restrictions

On November 14, 2020 Governor Brad Little rolled the State of Idaho back to Modified Stage 2 COVID-19 restrictions. The new Public Health Order reads in part,

"ALL INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESSES, AND GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES MUST ADHERE TO THE MANDATORY PORTIONS OF THE PHYSICAL DISTANCING AND SANITATION REQUIREMENTS DESCRIBED IN SECTION 3 OF THIS ORDER. 

GATHERINGS OF MORE THAN 10 PEOPLE, BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE, ARE PROHIBITED, INCLUDING ATTENDANCE AT EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES SUCH AS SPORTING EVENTS. 

PATRONS OF BARS, NIGHTCLUBS, AND RESTAURANTS MUST REMAIN SEATED. 

FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED AT LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES. 

PEOPLE AT INCREASED RISK FOR SEVERE ILLNESS LIVING IN THE STATE OF IDAHO ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO STAY HOME AND LIMIT THEIR MOVEMENT OUTSIDE OF THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE."

Click here to read the full Public Health Order.

Idaho Rebounds Plan

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    Governor Brad Little has announced his plans for the staged reopening of the state in the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic and subsequent stay at home order. To view the plan visit the Idaho Rebounds Website.

3-Ply Mask Sales

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    The City of Eagle is offering boxes of 3-Ply masks for sale to residents. The City currently has the ability to purchase the masks and after offering them to health care professionals, Ada County, and the State, we now want to offer them to residents so we can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Click here for more information and purchasing instructions.

Business and Employment Info

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    The City of Eagle Economic Development Department has created a webpage for businesses and workers impacted by the coronavirus.
    Visit the Coronavirus Business and Employment Page.

CDC Mask Information

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    CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

Ada County Mask Mandate

Central District Health has issued an expanded Public Health Order for Ada County on July 14, 2020. In addition the moving Ada County back to Stage 3 Coronavirus restrictions, the order now reads, "Every person is required to wear a face covering that completely covers the person’s nose and mouth when the person is in a public place and others are present and physical distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained."

To read Central District Health’s Order please click here.

Eagle City Hall

Eagle City Hall is open to walk-in customers. However, the City of Eagle also offers many ways to conduct business online, over the phone or by mail. If you are able, please make those services your first choice before coming to City Hall in person.

If you need to visit City Hall, we have made some changes to our facilities and operations to promote the health and safety of customers and staff.

  • We have installed Plexiglass barriers in high customer contact areas.
  • We placed floor markings in the lobby directing traffic flow and indicating where citizens should stand while conducting business on site.
  • We will also place floor markers and properly spaced chairs in meeting rooms.
  • We have put up signs at City Hall asking visitors to stop and wash their hands before interacting with staff.
  • Our staff will clean their work or meeting area after in‐person meetings or interactions with the public.
  • Our cleaning contractor has enhanced their cleaning protocols for all city buildings.

Eagle City Hall is open Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm. 

For information about Parks and Recreation programs please visit https://www.cityofeagle.org/154/Parks-Pathways-Recreation.

For information about the Eagle Public Library’s operations please visit https://eaglepubliclibrary.org/.

City of Eagle Meetings

The City of Eagle is now accepting remote public comment and public testimony at city meetings. To submit public comment or testimony you must fill out the form on https://www.cityofeagle.org/1698/Virtual-Meetings by 5:00 pm on the day of the meeting. 

Events

For the latest on the status of city events, classes, and programming please visit the Eagle Parks and Recreation Page.