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E Trackit: Meeting Documents Available on Eastport Shopping Center


To learn what is happening with the Eastport Shopping Center go to etrakit.annapolis.gov, click on "Search", click on "Search by Project #", enter project number PD2016-002.

Ward 8 Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016


​Ross Arnett, Ward 8 Alderman, will hold a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, December 8th at 7:00 PM in the Eastport Fire Station Hall. All residents interested in talking about the many matters affecting Eastport and the city of Annapolis are invited.

ECA COMMITTEES


Architecture & Zoning: Eric Pilka, Chair
Communications: Susy Smith, Chair
Eco-Action: Diane Butler, Chair
Grants: Deborah Dillon, Chair

Home & Garden Tour: Holly Foster, Chair
Membership: Jane Lawrence & Dretta Peterson, Chair
Safety: Daniel Orr, Chair

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Police Chief Pristoop Update to the ECA


Police Chief Pristoop spoke at the ECA Membership meeting in November. The Chief was aware that the Eastport community was not happy with recent violence. He reported that crime often is interpersonal violence and the police know who the problem people are, but believe that they are not always having cooperation from victims to get those people out of the community. Cameras are beneficial and partnerships with the FBI, Maryland State police and Anne Arundel County are helping to close cases and successfully trace guns. The City of Annapolis hopes to add more resources and is buying more cameras. The Department has also recovered 70 guns in 2016. Often the judicial system lets people back out on the street after the police arrests.

The Chief said the Department is committed to getting drugs and guns off the street. There is always 1 police officer in Eastport and usually 2-3 others. Drugs and guns are hooked together now. The Chief believes that HACA needs more security officers and that each officer needs to remain assigned to one place. He considers it a good tool that the Housing Authority Board is taking the steps necessary to have a banning policy reinstated because it worked in the past. The Annapolis Police Department will enforce the banning. Each camera costs about $1500 and it costs the City about $60,000 per year to keep the cameras going. The footage is retained for 60-90 days.

Chief Pristoop asks the community to call for help if they see any suspicious activity. Call 911 or 410-268-4141 with the date, time, location and description of what was observed.

Ross Arnett Gave Short Report at the November Meeting


  • Reminded the group of December 1 Meeting on the South Annapolis Yacht Center that will include the Traffic Study. The project soon will be going to City Planning.
  • December 8 will be a regular Town Hall Meeting on several topics.
  • Said the cost to the City of each Police Officer is $125,000.
  • Reported that the Housing Authority bi-weekly meetings going well; have done a Memorandum of Understanding on banning; said cost to City if security team fully implemented would be about $2M so looking for high tech means and looking for money.
  • Replacing street lights with LED lights and will be a big savings.
  • Expects golf course to be sold and money reinvested in Pip Moyer Recreation center to build an indoor swim center.

EYC Parade of Lights on December 10, 2016


Come watch the Parade of Lights, sponsored by the Eastport Yacht Club, from 6:00-8:00 PM on Saturday, December 10, 2016. Lighted boats will sail around Spa Creek and Annapolis Harbor. Parking in Eastport may be tough that evening.

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Eco Action Committee


Diane Butler, Eco Action Chair, reports that the post Office Park is moving ahead and has received the necessary permits. She believes that there have been successful negotiations with the developers of South Annapolis Yacht Center to retain the maximum amount of stormwater possible. The Committee will be working on environmental issues with upcoming development.

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Eastport Tree Lighting on December 4, 2016


Join the community for a Tree Lighting at the Shell Station near the Spa Creek Bridge at 4:45 PM on December 4, 2016.

Volunteers Needed for 2017 Eastport Home & Garden Tour


ECA needs volunteers to be writers, marketing coordinators, ad sales, ambassadors and a whole lot more for next year's Home & Garden Tour. Get to know your community and have fun with your neighbors. Contact Holly Foster for more information.

Meet the Developers of the South Annapolis Yacht Center


On Thursday, December 1st, Alderman Ross Arnett will host a meeting with the developers of South Annapolis Yacht Center, who will present their most recent plans for the development of the Sarles and Petrini marina properties. The meeting will be at 7:00 PM at the Eastport Fire Station. Staff from Planning and Zoning will also be present. All residents are invited to attend to express their views and get answers to their questions.

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2016 ECA Meetings & Events


Thursday, January 19, 2016

​ECA Meeting

Eastport Elementary School

Refreshments served at 7:00 PM
Meeting begins at 7:30 PM


Thursday, March 16, 2016

​ECA Meeting

Eastport Elementary School

Refreshments served at 7:00 PM
Meeting begins at 7:30 PM


Thursday, May 18, 2016

​ECA Meeting

Annapolis Maritime Museum

Refreshments served at 7:00 PM
Meeting begins at 7:30 PM

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.

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