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The Eagle Urban Renewal Agency has partnered with the City of Eagle for a sidewalk and streetscape project that will begin in Fall of 2022.
The project in coordination with ACHD’s Aikens Street, Eagle Road to 2nd Street project and the Downtown Eagle Mobility Improvements:  Eagle Road and State Street.

The Aikens project will extend Aikens Street to 2nd Street and provide for curb, gutter, widened sidewalks, street trees and lighting on both sides of the street.  On-street parking will be provided on the south side of Aikens and two small parking lots for private and public parking will be constructed.

The Downtown Eagle Mobility Improvements project includes routing turning movements away from the Eagle/State Street intersection to improve traffic operations. This alternative best balances the need to safely accommodate existing traffic and future traffic growth, minimize impacts to adjacent properties and parking, and make downtown Eagle more walkable and bikeable.  This project will include improvements to Eagle Road, State Street and Olde Park Place.  The project will include:

Design details:  Eagle Road between State Street and Plaza

  • Widen Eagle Road to accommodate additional lanes generally between Aikens and Plaza Drive.
  • Add raised center median. To improve safety, the center median will restrict access to right turns in and right turns out from Cedar Ridge Street and Aikens street as well as private driveways.
  • Maintain bike lanes on both sides.
  • Wider sidewalks where achievable and reconstruct pedestrian ramps as necessary
  • Street trees and street lights
  • Exhibits

Design Highlights:  State Street between 2nd Street and Olde Park Place

  • New signal at State Street and 2nd Street. For vehicles traveling west on State Street, left turns will no longer be permitted south onto Eagle Road. Left turning traffic will use 2nd Street or Olde Park Place.
  • Add raised center median. To improve safety, the center median will restrict access to right turns in and right turns out from driveways.
  • Bulb outs at 1st Street. A bulb out extends the sidewalk at the intersection to make a shorter crossing for pedestrians and slow traffic.
  • Wider sidewalks. Sidewalks will be repaired and widened at key locations including new accessible ADA ramps at crossings. As part of this street trees will be replaced.
  • Less on-street parking. On-street parking will be removed on the north side of State Street. Some on-street parking will remain on the south side.
  • Change 1st Street, south of State Street, to a one way street heading north.
  • Shared-lane markings (sharrows). Sharrows will remain on State Street indicating cyclists and vehicles share the roadway.
  • Exhibits

Design Highlights:  State Street between 2nd Street and Olde Park Place

  • Construct curb, gutter and sidewalk on both sides of street.
  • Add raised center median. To improve safety, the center median will restrict access to right turns in and right turns out from driveways.
  • Add bicycle lanes on both sides.
  • Add on-street parking between State Street and Aikens Street.
  • Exhibits
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On July 2, the council voted to sell the museum property to the Eagle Urban Renewal Agency, which plans to tear down the 72-year-old building to make way for something new.

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Eagle URA, Pacific West Communities, Inc. et al. execute non-binding letter of intent for $702,000 of reimbursable public recreational facilities at Eagle Lakes

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Eagle URA, Pacific West Communities, Inc. et al. execute owner participation agreement for $1.348 million of reimbursable public improvements at Edgewood Crossing, East End Marketplace and Eagle Lakes

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Eagle URA et al. sign MOA, issue RFP for engineering services for right-in, right-out access on north side of SH-44 between N. Eagle Road and Edgewood Lane and roadway connecting to Plaza Drive extension

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