How do the city and school district work together to plan for growth?

The City of Eagle and West Ada School District release first-ever School Planning Report Card. The goal of the report card is to have the school district and City review how the two entities cooperatively plan for, fund, and manage public schools within the City of Eagle. Additional information on school capacity and enrollment is released by the West Ada School District in September of each year. The City provides the school district copies of all applications received by the City for recommendation and comment. The intent is to have the report card updated annually as conditions changes within the District.

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1. How do I find the zoning of my property?
2. What codes guide development?
3. What are the roles and responsibilities of the Mayor, Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, and Design Review Board?
4. How do I read a City of Eagle meeting agenda?
5. Which agencies receive land use applications?
6. How do I find a property's setbacks?
7. What are Eagle's property maintenance requirements?
8. Where can I park a trailer?
9. What are Eagle's architectural styles?
10. What is the difference between a variance and a waiver?
11. What is the Eagle is HOME plan?
12. What changed with the 2017 Eagle is HOME Comprehensive Plan?
13. What is the difference between the comprehensive plan and zoning?
14. How do the city and school district work together to plan for growth?
15. What is the plan for Downtown Eagle?
16. What multi-family projects have been approved?