AN EasTport Welcome

The ECA is a non-profit, member-based community association.  We engage in activities that improve the quality of life in the Eastport Community and build relationships with our local officials. 

Membership is open to homeowners and renters who reside in Eastport.


Forest/Drive Eastport Sector Study

ANPF and ECA submitted comments and concerns on the May 31 draft of the Sector Study. Many of these were not addressed in the July 26 version. We still have a number of issues and unanswered questions. Read more.


President: Vic Pascoe
Vice President: Diane Butler
Treasurer: Debbie Dillon
Secretary: Jackie Wells
Member #1: Judith Billage
Member #2: Daniel Orr
Member #3: Holly Foster
Member #4: Ben Goldeen
Member #5: Pat Shaughnessy
Immediate Past President: Marcia Marshall

THE 2018 Eastport Home & Garden Tour


See the photos by Ken Tom

ECA Grants Program
SPRING Grants Deadline MARCH 15, 2019

The Eastport Civic Association Grants program has been set up to support organizations that improve the quality of life for residents of Eastport. The funds supporting these grants are the result of the success of our Eastport Home & Garden Tour and the generosity of our residents. It is incumbent on us as stewards of these funds that they be dispersed in a professional manner.

If you are interested, apply for an ECA Grant using the online application form. The process is simple. Your application should be thorough and thoughtful. We ask that you tell your story and describe how your program or initiative will benefit the residents and neighbors in our community. If you've received a grant in the past, your application should report on the results of ECA's prior grant award.

Grant applications will be considered semi-annually. Deadlines for submitting an application will be March 15 in the spring and September 15 in the fall. Applications must be submitted on time to be considered.

Please note that there is annual $2,500 funding maximum to any one organization. If you have questions, please send an email to Applicants will be notified in a timely manner once a decision is made. Read more.

ECA Grants Awarded in Spring 2018

The ECA awarded grants totaling $9,350 in the Spring of 2018.  The organizations that received the grants are:

  • Annapolis Police Department ($1000) for summer camp programs.
  • Family Night Partners ($500) for family night dinners are Eastport Terrace/Harbor House.
  • Seeds4 Success ($1000) for Eastport Boys club collaborative summer programming.
  • Box of Rain ($1,500) part-time master’s level mentor coordinator to support New Navigating Futures mentoring program.
  • Eastport Volunteer Fire Company ($1,000) toward the purchase of new equipment (hook and ladder truck).
  • S.T.A.I.R. ($1000) Materials for summer reading enrichment program.
  • Annapolis Maritime Museum and Park ($2,000) For an exhibit on maritime history and heritage.
  • Eastport Elementary School ($1,350) to send 4 students to summer camp at Arlington Echo

Eastport Scavenger Hunt

Come and step into history with this fun, free scavenger hunt in Eastport. It's fun for the whole family. Download this walking guide (PDF) and start hunting!

November 15
Eastport Elementary

Prepare Me Annapolis Mobile App: Notifications of what's affecting the Annapolis area, including severe weather alerts, traffic reports, school & government closings, and more.

The entire Eastport Civic Association community sends its love and support to the family and friends of those we lost in the June 28 senseless tragedy. Many of us knew or associated with one or more of those lost and we are all very much involved in the Capital newspaper as being our main and continual source of news.  All will be fondly remembered.

ECA donated $500 to the Capital Gazette Families Fund. See the acknowledgment letter.

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Adams Rib Project

Community Meeting
​Regarding Redevelopment of 424-428 Fourth Street
Wednesday, October 3
5:30 p.m.
424 Fourth Street, Suite 8

The purpose of the meeting is to provide the community information regarding the proposed development and to allow for community discussion, including questions for the developer (applicant for zoning change), Noreast Holdings, LLC.
Information | Landscape Plan

424 Fourth Street, the Adams Ribs project, will be coming up for an Administrative Interpretation by the Planning and Zoning Director that the existing buildings at 424-428 Fourth Street, including the two family dwelling, are uses and the associated parking are deemed conforming and the buildings may be demolished and rebuilt and the existing parking lot reconfigured.
Noreast Holdings, LLC (The "Applicant") proposes to demolish the existing building at 424 Fourth Street and construct a new building in the same location for use as a restaurant, with two second floor residential units at the rear of the building. Applicant also proposes to reconfigure and reduce the number of parking spaces on the existing parking lot on the property without providing any setback or buffer from the rear property line or from the B2/R2-NC zoning demarcation line. Specifically, the Applicant seeks an administrative interpretation that the following sections of the Code are not applicable to the proposed redevelopment: Sections 21.20.010 et seq.; Section 21.48.010; Section 21.50.150 (Table Note 2); Section 21.26.12.G and Section 21.66.050.B.2 and D.

The application is  listed on the City’s website eTrakit  system under Projects as ADM2018-003, and the public can weigh in with their thoughts by emailing Jacquelyn Rouse, the lead planner on the project:


NeatStreets is here and making a difference!

It's a really fun way to make our community an even better place to live. You'll only work for 45 to 60 minutes and the results are immediate.
​Then join your neighbors for a celebration!

Read more.


Architecture & Zoning: Ben Goldeen
Communications: Marie King
Eco-Action: Diane Butler
Grants: Deborah Dillon
Home & Garden Tour: Mike Leonard
Membership: Jane Lawrence
Nominating: Being formed
Safety: Daniel Orr

You Ask, We Answer: Live chat on the  Annapolis City website.

Join us next Monday, September 24, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. for some fun and needed community work. Location will be announced. 
​Please come out and help... and have fun! We do all the weeding by hand and with tools, without harmful chemicals!

Read more about NeatStreets.

Lockwood Court/Boucher Avenue Area Sewer Work

On or about Wednesday, September 5, City of Annapolis contractor, Am-Liner East Inc., and its contractor, TFE Resources, will mobilize to televise and install liners in sanitary sewer lines in the following areas: Lockwood Court near the Creek Drive intersection & Lockwood Court waterfront near Boucher Avenue. The work will take approximately one week to complete, weather permitting.  Please be aware that the work will involve operating pumping equipment and generators. 
The following traffic restrictions will apply:
TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS - During this work, it will be necessary to periodically close a travel lane and control traffic with barricades and a flag crew on Boucher Avenue between Lockwood Court and West Washington Street.
If you have any questions, please contact Diane Doyen at 410-263-7949 or 


Eastport Civic Association
P.O. Box 3539
Annapolis, MD 21403
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