Eagleton, Indiana lies to the west of the city of Pawnee and has a population of 9,500. Shortly after Pawnee was founded in May of 1817, a group of the wealthiest and more prominent citizens, finding the soil untenable and the smell unpleasant, "evacuated" to the west and founded Eagleton. The entire town is slightly elevated, sitting on a hill. According to Leslie Knope, Eagleton is "the land of rich, snobby jerks". It has a very negative reputation among most Pawneeans, and vice versa.
In "The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic", the city is absorbed by Pawnee, as it had accumulated too much debt.
Population (a/o 2010 census): 9,480 "arrogant pinheads"
- Wamapoke County Records Office
- Cozy's Bar
- Unnamed cupcake factory that gives the city a vanilla scent
- Eagleton Police Department
- Features maple walnut scones.
- Eagleton Holding Cell
- Herbal tea and Greek yogurt served.
- Grantham Pond
- Open for all-day swims.
- Half of Lafayette Park
- Brinkley Tanning Field
- Populated with attendants ready to provide water mistings and fresh pineapple rounds.
- "Dawn-O'er-Eagleton" Hot Air Balloon Voyages
- Free of charge to citizens.
- New local/organic American bistro on Lanover Street, which recently received Gastronomique Francaise's highest honor, the Gold Rating. It is owned by chef Terrence Eaujeune.
- Vilafolli Vineyard
- Pennington Square Farmers Market
- The Plaza Eagleton
- Eagleton Town Hall
- Valet parking available.
- Complimentary iPod Touches and verbana-scented soy candles are given out to everyone who attends public forums.
- Complimentary crêpes made out of porcini mushrooms and Boursin cheese is served during said forums.
Parks and Recreation DepartmentEdit
Deputy Director Lindsay Carlisle Shay runs the Parks and Recreation Department of Eagleton, Indiana.
|Lindsay Carlisle Shay||Deputy Director of Parks and Recreation Department|
John McCabe Executive Director of Parks and Recreation Department
- Eagletonians call their boogers "Pawnee Caviar". ("Pawnee Commons")
- Palm trees can grow in Eagleton as the city lies on top of a hot spring, which creates a "micro-climate zone." ("Pawnee Commons")
- Policemen in Eagleton ride on Segways.
- Forbes Magazine labelled Eagleton a "model city the rest of America would do well to emulate".