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Posted on: October 1, 2019

Eagle riverbank and pathway repair projects

trail crumbling into the Boise River

For the next two months, the City of Eagle will make needed repairs to three riverbanks and one pathway surface on Eagle’s Greenbelt.

Site 1 is located west of the Eagle Road bridge on the north bank of the north channel of the Boise River (see map for site references). The work will involve critical bank repairs and restoration to the Greenbelt pathway and is expected to take 30 days. During that time, the pathway will be closed to public use. A detour around the worksite will be available along Eagle Road and Highway 44.

After that, bank repairs will begin at Site 2 and Site 3. The sites are located on the north bank of the north channel of the river near Idaho Materials and Construction and St. Luke's Eagle Medical Plaza. These areas will be closed to public use until mid-December. No detour of these sites will be available.

greenbelt repairs map

Closures to these areas of greenbelt are necessary because heavy equipment can create instability in the already damaged riverbanks. We regret the inconvenience that these closures will create, but with the river flows at low-volume the timing is right to make these repairs. We appreciate your patience.

For more information regarding these repairs, contact Steve Noyes, City of Eagle Trails and Pathways Superintendent, 208.489.8769, or by email at

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