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The Village of Eagle is now accepting applications for the 2023 Pool Season. Lifeguards and Pool Office Assistants Needed. Applications can be picked up at the Village of Eagle office located at 747 S. 2nd Street or online at www.eaglene.gov. Applicants are responsible for scheduling and obtaining proper certification, and must present certification prior to employment. For questions, please call 402-781-2748.
The Village of Eagle is pleased to announce a unique opportunity for community members to get involved in Eagle's future!
The Village of Eagle has noticed an uptick in the amount of wipes, paper towels, feminine hygiene products and other plastics entering the sanitary sewer system. Please be advised that "flushable" wipes and other products should never be flushed down the toilet. They may appear to flush down the toilet fine; however, they do not disintegrate in the same fashion as toilet paper as they move through your plumbing system. These products, and others, have the potential to wreak havoc on your personal plumbing system as well as the Village of Eagle's sanitary sewer mains, sewer lift stations and wastewater treatment facility. This results in increased repairs and maintenance costs that ultimately are passed along to the consumer. Please talk to your family today about being mindful of what gets flushed down the toilet.
The Eagle Parks & Rec Commission will be meeting on Wednesday, November 9 at the Eagle Municipal Office (747 S. 2nd St.), beginning at 6:00 p.m.
The Eagle Parks & Rec Commission will be meeting on Wednesday, October 12 at the Eagle Municipal Park (600 D Street), beginning at 6:00 p.m.
The Village of Eagle office received a second supply of COVID-19 At Home Tests from the Sarpy/Cass Health Department. These test kits are being made available to all community members in and around Eagle at no cost. All test kits will come with an instruction card as well as the option to connect with a Certified eMed Guide to help you take the test and verify your results. No information will be collected from residents by the Village of Eagle. At this time, the maximum number of test kits that an individual can take in a single visit is six.
The Eagle Parks & Rec Commission will be meeting on Thursday, August 11 at the Eagle Municipal Park (600 D Street), beginning at 6:00 p.m.
The Village of Eagle, Cass County, Nebraska, has adopted Resolution 2022-04 authorizing the sale of a 2004 Ford SRW Super Duty F-250 Crew Pickup with Utility Box for the reason that the Village does not have a present need to retain ownership of said item of personal property. Terms: Sale through Kobza Online Auctions - Auctiontime.com, beginning August 11, 2022. Sale is As-Is.
The Eagle Pool will remain open during regular business hours until August 13, 2022, except as where noted below:
Please be advised that the asphalt construction project originally scheduled for Parkview Avenue has been removed from consideration at this time due to unforeseen circumstances. The asphalt on Wenzel Circle was in worse condition than anticipated and the most deteriorated areas required full-depth patches with improved subgrade and base, which resulted in a significant increase in repair costs. To meet project budget constraints, work on Parkview Avenue was removed from the scope of service. We thank you for your cooperation and apologize for any inconvenience this decision may have caused.
Effective June 8, 2022, a vacancy exists on the Village of Eagle Board of Trustees for the remainder of a four-year term which expires on December 3, 2024.
The Eagle Parks & Rec Commission will be meeting on Wednesday, May 25 at the Eagle Municipal Office (747 S 2nd Street), beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The Eagle Pool is open for the 2022 season beginning May 28, 2022. Hours of operation for General Admission are Monday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
On an annual basis, the Eagle Board of Trustees conducts a public hearing, considers budgetary requests, and adopts an annual budget. Additionally, the Board of Trustees hires a third-party auditor to perform a full financial audit. Here is an update on the current status of Eagle's financial records:
On May 10, 2022, the registered voters of Eagle will be asked to vote on whether Eagle should reorganize from a village form of government to a city form of government. In order to educate voters on the differences between the two types of government strucutres, the Board of Trustees has provided some basic questions and answers on our website.