‘Elevate Eagle’ was the theme of Eagle Vision 20/20’s fall session and will be a recurring theme for town efforts and activities for the next several years. We are all committed to elevating Eagle like never before.

Eagle town manager, Brandy Reitter, and her staff gave updates on achievements and plans – all very encouraging and indicative of a very bright future for Eagle. Nearly 60 residents and guests were in attendance and very interested to hear the information presented. For further information, contact Eagle Town Manager, brandy.reitter@townofeagle.org.

Click here to view the town’s presentation. The video of the evening’s program can be viewed online at www.vimeo.com/293609558.

One of the many important items in the town manager’s presentation was Reitter’s announcement that Eagle wants to become a Home Rule town and will ask its voters to green-light the change from a statutory government to home rule, or self-government.

Mick Daly, Chamber President, presented on Economic Vitality and the ‘State of the Chamber.’ Click here to view the Eagle Chamber’s presentation slides.  For further information contact Mick Daly: mick@dalys.com.

The Town of Eagle’s Community Impact Award is presented annually at the October Eagle Vision 20/20, with the 2018 award given to Stan and Alexis Kensinger for their contribution to Eagle through the Eagle Chamber’s Business Advocacy Council and the new Friends of Eagle.

The Friends of Eagles’ first annual Our Community Table, held on August 26, attracted close to 1,000 residents and their friends and families.

Congratulations Stan and Alexis, seen here receiving the award from Jeremy Gross, Eagle’s Marketing & Events Director, with Kevin Brubeck, Mayor Pro Tem.