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The City of Eagle has received several questions about whether Mayor Jason Pierce will force Eagle restaurants and bars to close their dining rooms due to concerns about COVID-19. On Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Eagle City Council passed Ordinance 829, which gives the mayor the authority to do so, but it does not go into effect until Monday, March 23, 2020. Following the current guidelines from Central District Health, at this time the Mayor has no plans to force the closure of in-person dining at Eagle restaurants. Should recommendations from Central District Health change, this decision will be reevaluated.
Many local restaurant owners have already transitioned to delivery and carry-out service. All restaurants in Eagle are encouraged to offer delivery and carry-out, and if you are planning on keeping your dining room open, please follow proper social distancing guidelines. Residents, if you are able, please consider ordering carry-out or delivery from a local business to help them through this difficult time. The City of Eagle has a growing list of businesses offering these options for diners. Click here to see the full list: https://www.cityofeagle.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=105