Trails and Pathways

Current Trail Updates:

  • Greenbelt Closed/Greenbelt Traffic Delays East of Ancona Ave/South of Highway 44 (see map below): Beginning Wednesday, February 1 - 8,  a Greenbelt maintenance project east of Ancona Ave and south of Highway 44, will cause a temporary Greenbelt closure followed by Greenbelt traffic delays for undetermined periods. Once the equipment is in place, three large pipes will cross the path for a period of 5-7 days. There will be ramps placed over these pipes to allow crossing. Project finish times are to be determined. We apologize for any inconvenience this may bring to our Greenbelt users. Contact for more information: Steve Noyes (208) 489-8769

Greenbelt Closure map behind Anacona Ave.

  • Sunroc/JPD Greenbelt Pathway section: Emergency construction closure February 6 - March 3, on a section of the Sunroc/JPD Greenbelt Pathway, on the south side of the Boise River near Garden City just downstream from the West Bridge (approximately 1.3 miles east of Eagle Road). This closure is necessary for Knife River to perform emergency stream bank repairs before river levels rise this Spring. There will be no detours available through the construction zone. Please avoid the area during this time. 

Sunroc Greenbelt Closure, 1.3 miles east of Eagle Road



Information


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Dog-Friendly Trails and Pathways

Leashed dogs are allowed on all greenbelt pathways and many of the trails at the Sports Complex.

Dogs are required to be on leashes on and around all trails and pathways (including the greenbelt) in the City of Eagle. Pet Waste must be picked up and placed in receptacles immediately and not left unattended for any amount of time. (See City codes 4.5.1 and 4.5.2 for more information) This policy is in place for the health and safety of all trail users.

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Equestrian Trails

While it is our desire to do so, the City of Eagle does not currently own and/or manage equestrian trails. While there are trails that have traditionally been developed and used by area equestrians, these trails are not on City property. We urge you to respect the wishes and policies of the landowners.

Eagle Island State Park features equestrian trails.