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Eagle Chamber supports repeal of Gallagher Amendment.

By | September 29th, 2020|Chamber News|

The Eagle Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors voted to support the repeal of the Gallagher Amendment / Amendment B on the November 3 ballot. The Gallagher Amendment was added to the Colorado State Constitution in 1982 by the voters to protect homeowners from rising property tax assessments, and to ensure that businesses contribute their [...]

Gallagher Amendment – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

By | September 29th, 2020|Chamber News|

FAQ – Amendment B 1. What is the Gallagher Amendment? It deals with your property taxes. In 1982, the Gallagher Amendment established a formula that splits the total property tax burden between residential (homeowners) and non-residential (commercial) property. Residential property owners are collectively responsible for 45% of the total amount of state property taxes paid, [...]

“Local First” Consumer Survey

By | September 5th, 2019|Chamber News|

Keep Your Money Where Your Home Is  Vibrant Communities. More Local Jobs. Prosperity for All. We are advocates of healthy growth. Healthy growth will bring more dollars into our economy. Economic Vitality will make quality of life in Eagle even better. It will bring more diversity in housing, more quality employees for our businesses, more [...]

Eagle Mushroom & Wild Food Festival

By | June 17th, 2019|Uncategorized|

            The 10th Annual Eagle Mushroom and Wild Food Festival returns August 2-4, 2019, bringing notable experts in mushroom and wild food foraging, cuisine, cultivation, preservation, and adventuring to our small town.  Sponsors of the Mushroom Festival are Boone's Wine and Spirits, Sweet Leaf Pioneer, Bonfire Brewing Co., Town of [...]

Government’s role in housing affordability

By | May 20th, 2019|Chamber News|

Affordable housing (subsidized housing for low-income people) and housing affordability (the ability of people to pay for housing) have been an issue in Eagle County since the chairlifts started turning in the 1960s. Tourism fuels our economy, opening up jobs for locals and seasonal workers, but affordable rentals are hard to find. Many landlords can [...]

Eagle Named ‘Safe City’

By | April 8th, 2019|Chamber News|

SafeWise's Annual Safest Cities in Colorado Report for 2019   SafeWise, the leading resource for all things safety and security, announced its 20 safest cities in Colorado for 2019— 65% of them reported fewer than 10 total violent crimes in 2017. Eagle is named the twentieth safest city in Colorado per SafeWise.  Among the twenty [...]

2019 Screaming Eagle Scholarship

By | March 11th, 2019|Chamber News|

The 2019 Screaming Eagle Scholarship is now open and taking applications until March 31, 2019. The Screaming Eagle Scholarship is sponsored by the Eagle Chamber of Commerce and is a commitment to the Eagle County Business Community by awarding two scholarships to local high school students or current college students under the age of 22 [...]

Eagle Introduces Home Rule

By | March 2nd, 2019|Chamber News|

What are the fundamental concepts of Home Rule? 1. Preserving Eagle’s character and controlling our future “local concern” Examples: • Modifying enactment of local ordinances • Modifying the process for awarding public projects and disposal of public property • Establish local zoning and other land use procedures unique to Eagle • Local collection of sales [...]

More Fiber in Eagle’s Diet

By | February 6th, 2019|Chamber News|

Jon Stavney, Executive Director NW Colorado Council of Governments and former Eagle Town Manager will be the keynote speaker at the Eagle Vision 20/20 on March 6, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Eagle Town Hall. Stavney will outline how a $1 mil state grant for Regional Broad-band, known as Project Thor, will bring broadband opportunities [...]

Town of Eagle’s New Intern

By | February 6th, 2019|Chamber News|

Welcome Bill Shrum, who joined The Town of Eagle in January, 2019, as the Assistant to the Town Manager. Bill comes to us as part of the Cathy Shipley Best and Brightest Internship Program in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. This two-year internship program for Master’s degree students provides the town with [...]