Codes & Ordinances

An ordinance is a law passed by your Village of Eagle government.  Municipal Codes and Ordinances for the Village of Eagle may be found below.

The public information contained herein is furnished as a public service by the Village of Eagle. The Municipal Code and other documents appearing on this site may not reflect the most current legislation adopted by the municipality. While every attempt is made to maintain and update the online code, some additional ordinances may have been adopted, modified, or have become effective since the most recent online posting. The official record is maintained in the Village Clerk's Office, and available during regular business hours at 727 S 1st Street or by calling 402-781-2748.

Eagle Municipal Code

Frequently Asked Questions

May I burn trash and leaves inside the village limits?

No, open burning is prohibited within the corporate limits. Anyone residing outside of the village that wishes to burn must obtain a burn permit from the Eagle Fire Chief or the Village of Eagle Office. 

Are chickens allowed within the village limits?

No, village code prevents the harboring of chickens, ducks, geese, other fowl and livestock within the corporate limits of Eagle.

Can I drive my ATV, UTV or golf cart on the streets?

ATV's, UTV's, and golf carts are prohibited from being operated on the streets and sidewalks of Eagle.

May I park my vehicle on the public street?

Parking is permitted on Village streets for a period of no longer than 72 hours in residential zones and 24 hours in commercial zones. Parking of any trailers, any recreational vehicles and trucks longer than 20 feet in length is only permitted for a period of time necessary to load or unload. 

Am I required to license my pets?

Any person who owns, keeps or harbors a dog or cat over the age of 6 months is required to license thier pet(s) on an annual basis. Kennels are prohibited: No more than 3 dogs or more than 3 cats in excess of 6 months of age is allowed per family or residence. 

What are the requirements for mowing my yard?

The owner or occupant of any lot or piece of ground must keep their property, including the adjoining streets and alleys, free of any growth of twelve inces (12") or more in height of weeds, grasses, or worthless vegetation. 

Are fireworks permitted?

Yes, fireworks may be discharged only from June 25th through July 4th of each year and from December 29th through and including December 31st. Fireworks may be discharged between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.

On July 3rd and July 4th fireworks may be discharged between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. 

Am I responsible for cleaning my sidewalk?

Yes, sidewalks must be clear of snow, sleet, mud, ice or any other accumulating substance. Sidewalks within the residential areas must be cleaned within 12 hours after the cessation of a storm. Sidewalks within the business district must be cleaned within 5 hours after the cessation of a storm.