Life in Eagle

Eagle is the most desirable place to live, own a business, work and play in Idaho.  Consistently ranked as the "Best Place to Live in Idaho", Eagle offers an extraordinary quality of life, supported by beautiful well-designed residential and commercial neighborhoods, top-rated schools, restaurants from five-star elegance to drop-in casual, and an abundance of recreational opportunities.  

All in all, there are a multitude of reasons why Eagle is such an attractive and appealing place to live. Most often residents, businesses, and visitors attribute their love for Eagle to its plush landscape and open space , with its balance of rich ambiance and modern amenities, executive style housing,  easy accessibility to work, health and public services, and points of interest - locally and regionally.

Climate

Residents and visitors alike enjoy the four (4) beautiful seasons of Eagle.  Situated in the Rocky Mountain state of Idaho, east of the Bogus Basin Mountains,  Eagle falls within the southwestern Idaho region of Idaho.  The average January temperature hits between 24-39 degrees (F), and the average July temperature hits between 65-94 degrees (F). The average precipitation is at approximately 18.9 inches per year. The peak of fall foliage occurs mid-October.

On average, your frost-free growing season starts May 13 and ends October 8, totalling 148 days.  

Climate
Annual average temperature49.6 degrees (F)
Average high temperature
Average low temperature
Average annual rainfall12.1 inches
Average annual snowfall11 inches
Comfort Index7.3