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.

Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee (DIFAC) Openings

The City of Eagle is seeking individuals to fill two (2) openings on the Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee (DIFAC) to fill vacated terms that will expire in March 2021.   The City is seeking interested parties from both within Eagle City limits, as well as the Area of Impact.   

The duties of the Committee include reviewing the Capital Improvement Plan and monitoring and evaluating the same.  The Commission meets a minimum of once annually.  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 (available at www.cityofeagle.org 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.  These positions are considered open until filled.   

Request for Consideration (PDF)

Eagle Arts Commission Opening

The City of Eagle is seeking one (1) individual to fill an opening on the Eagle Arts Commission. Priority will be given to Eagle Business Owners or individuals who reside in the Area of Impact; however, all interested parties are welcome to apply.  The term will expire on February 2021.  The mission statement for the Eagle Arts Commission is: To enhance Eagle’s history and aesthetically enhance its sense of place by responsibility promoting the arts for the benefit of the greater Eagle Community.  Their specific duties are detailed in Eagle City Code 2-6-4. 

The Commission regularly meets on the second Tuesday of the Month at 8:30 a.m. 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 (available at www.cityofeagle.org 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 no later than 5:00 p.m. (MST) Friday, January 25, 2019.

Request for Consideration (PDF)

Parks, Pathways & Recreation Commission Opening

The City of Eagle is seeking individuals to fill openings on the Parks, Pathways and Recreation Commission. The Commission regularly meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. These are volunteer positions that are 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. 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 email the Clerk's office.

Open until filled.

Request for Consideration (PDF)

Historic Preservation Commission Opening

The City of Eagle is seeking individuals to fill openings on the Historic Preservation Commission. Priority will be given to Eagle Residents; however, all interested parties are welcome to apply. Interested parties must demonstrate interest, competence, or knowledge in history or historic preservation and have experience in the disciplines of:

  • Archaeology
  • Architecture
  • Engineering
  • History
  • Law
  • Urban planning
  • Or other historic preservation related disciplines

Individuals will serve the remainder of a vacated term that will end in February of 2020. The Commission regularly meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. This is a volunteer position which is filled via the recommendation of the Mayor and subsequent approval of the City Council.

Those who wish to serve on the Historic Preservation Commission are required to submit a letter of interest and Request for Consideration Form (PDF) (also available at Eagle City Hall). A resume or curriculum vitae are encouraged.

Open until filled.

Request for Consideration (PDF)