Eagle

Eagle Office
Silverhawk Realty
Eagle
450 East State Street, Suite 140
Eagle, ID 83616
Phone: (208) 898-0936

Lying just 10 miles from Boise, the city of Eagle has emerged from being a bedroom community for Boise to a vibrant city with a lot to offer residents all on its own. Nestled between the Boise River and the Boise foothills, this beautiful community is home to more than 19,000 residents. As one of several highly desirable Treasure Valley cities that consistently rank high on the livability scale, Eagle will definitely charm residents and visitors alike.

With a growing business sector and proximity to Boise, Eagle’s economy is expanding rapidly. With a perfect blend of urban and rural amenities, Eagle city leaders are always welcoming new companies to set up within the city limits. A boost of shopping, dining, retail and other businesses allow residents to enjoy modern amenities without sacrificing the small-town charm they love. Many residents prefer to live in Eagle and drive the short distance to Boise to work, as well.

Eagle should be considered a gateway to all kinds of outdoor adventure located just minutes away. With Bogus Basin Ski Area just a short drive away, this recreational hot spot offers year-round fun, from skiing to mountain biking. The Boise River invites anyone interested in fishing, boating or swimming to visit during the warmer months. If golf is your thing, check out Eagle Hills Golf Course and Banbury Golf Course. The city also takes great pride in its green spaces, and manages several amazing parks, including Reid W. Merrill Sr. Community Park, Arboretum Park and Friendship Park. Of course, Eagle Island State Park is the top outdoor recreation area, with more than 500 acres to enjoy.

Residents of Eagle can also find plenty of community events in Eagle. One of the most famous annual events is the World’s Largest Rocky Mountain Oyster Feed held during the city’s July 4th celebration. It’s a fundraiser for the Eagle Volunteer Fire Department and takes place at the Eagle Fun Days festival. Other community events include the Haunted Woods in October, performances by the Eagle Chamber Orchestra, Eagle High School sporting events, and the Eagle Christmas Market.

The schools in Eagle have earned the reputation of being some of the best in the West Ada School District. There are three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school, with one alternative high school in the city limits. Several other educational options are available as well, including a charter school, a private arts school and a Christian school.

Residents love Eagle’s tree-lined streets, well-planned neighborhoods and attractive homes. The homes in Eagle are middle to upscale, and there’s a wide selection of styles and prices. Whether it’s the small-town charm or the proximity to urban amenities, Eagle is a community that provides residents with comfort, adventure and a true sense of home.