Eagle, Idaho Statistics and Demographic Information
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2,566 feet above sea level
9.3 Square miles, .1 being water
Meridian School District
Median Income per household
Median Income per family
Number of Housing Units
Average Family Size
Median Home value
As of the 2010 Census, Eagle, Idaho's racial makeup is 94.5% White (Caucasian), 3.2% Latino or Hispanic, .33% African American, 1.6% Asian, .37% from other races.
Age and Gender
Median age in Eagle is 38.7 years
Under 18 - 31.5%
15 to 44 - 35.3%
60 and over - 16.2%
For every 100 females there are 93.8 males.
71.3% of Males over age 15 are Married, 5.9% are Divorced. 63.9% of Females over 15 are married and 13.7% are Divorced. 20.9% of Males over 15 have never been married, and 15.5% of Females have never been married.
The percentage of those enrolled in school are as follows:
3 to 4 years - 53%
5 to 9 years - 97.2%
10 to 14 years - 99.5%
15 to 17 years - 100%
18 to 19 years - 84.7%
20 to 24 years - 50.4%
24 to 34 years - 12.1%
Read Eagle Crime Statistics in the latest Police Report from the Ada County Sheriff's Office.
Seasonal Weather Facts
Average High: 63°F
Average Low: 41°F
Average Precipitation: 1.01 inches
The warmest month on average is July.
The highest recorded temperature was 111°F in 1960.
The lowest recorded temperature was -25°F in 1990.
The coldest month on average is December.
The maximum average precipitation occurs in March.
The lower part of Eagle has some of the most beautiful residential neighborhoods that will take your breath away. The Boise River flowing through this area helps to create a natural wildlife habitat and provides for miles of recreation. The only unfortunate side to this is the floodplain.
Flooding in this Eagle area is caused by either Dry Creek or the Boise River. These two bodies of water are protected by three Boise area dams which control the water release. Sometimes heavy winter snowfall, wet spring conditions or flash flooding in the foothills above Eagle may cause some flooding over these areas as well as the entire Boise area. Standard homeowners insurance does not cover flooding, however.
To help residents living within this flood hazard area, the city of Eagle participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) which provides property owners with flood insurance through the federal government, if needed. The city of Eagle has also provided support contacts (see below) for questions and concerns about your Eagle property.
Mike Williams - Floodplain and Current Planning Supervisor
Charlene Elg - Floodplain and Building Department Clerk
Flood Protection Q&A
Flood Insurance Information
Reservoir System Teacup Diagram - Check the flow of surrounding Idaho rivers here!