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.

City CoNnECTIONs

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Police Services


Wondering what non-emergency services the Annapolis Police Department offer. You can see the list at www.annapolis.gov/government/city-departments/police/services-for-you. One in particular asks for a sign up for the “Annapolis Night Reference and Alarm Registration”. This information will be used by the Annapolis Police Department to make contact when emergencies or problems occur and no one is present at the business or residence. This information may be accessed by the Annapolis Police Department and Annapolis Fire Department, but will not be released to any other entity. You will register your alarm and outdoor security cameras.

Report it:  Report street lights out, sidewalks in need of repair, garbage & recycling issues, and more. 

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Volunteers Needed for 2017 Eastport Home & Garden Tour


The 12th Annual Eastport Home and Garden Tour will take place on Sunday, June 11, 2017 from 1:00-5:00 PM. 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.

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.

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

Jan. 25 Workshop: How Does the National Flood Insurance Program Keep Annapolis Afloat?


Whether you are a property or business owner, Mayor Pantelides invites you to learn how you can better protect your property and budget for flood recovery by attending this workshop hosted by the City of Annapolis, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Maryland Department of the Environment. Learn more about this event.

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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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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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ECA Grants Applications Due March 15, 2017


Proposals are now being accepted for the March 15 deadline of the ECA Grants program. Find out more about the ECA Grants program and application guidelines.

The New Year Means Time to Renew ECA Dues


ECA members will soon receive the annual membership letter urging you to renew your membership for 2017. We would like to see every resident in Eastport join the ECA so as to keep up with community activities and information.  Dues are $20 per person and $30 per couple. You can renew your membership (and that of your spouse) online. Your membership will enhance our influence on the city council and in other city affairs.

Eastport Resident Involvement Important


Significant large developments in Eastport are in the pipeline or on the horizon—South Annapolis Yacht Centre, Eastport Shopping Center, Watergate Village, and Annapolis Yacht Club Eastport. If you are silent, you approve the development. If you have concerns, it is important to take individual and collective action. South Annapolis Yacht Centre is close to completing the review process and Watergate Village and Annapolis Yacht Club are still on the horizon.


Immediate attention needs to be given to Eastport Shopping Center, called the Lofts at Eastport Landing, as a hearing could be a little more than a month away. Learn more about this project and how you can express your concerns.​

2016 ECA Meetings & Events


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