ECA Annual Dues​

​ECA dues for 2020 are $25 for individuals and $35 for couples. Dues funds the expenses for the ECA.  ECA strives to be inclusive.

​​​​​​​​ECA Highlights​​


​​It's important to stay informed on the COVID-19 pandemic.  

You can find coronavirus information on the federal website , Maryland government website, Anne Arundel County website, and city website​​​

​​Annual Membership, Thursday, Nov. 19


​"Eastport: No pier pressure in this eclectic corner of Annapolis" featured some ECA members in the Washington Post article.  Click here to see the article.  

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

Greenscape Fall 2020

Saturday, October 24

​The City of Annapolis Recreation and Parks Department will be giving tulip and daffodil bulbs for public spaces. 


 Bulb pick-up will be held Monday through 

Friday, October 19-23 at the “Pip” Moyer Recreation Center. 


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

​ECA  General Meeting
Thursday Sept. 17, 7 PM via Zoom

Speaker: Joe Donahue, Eastport resident and the attorney for the 52 plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the City and the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis (HACA) over substandard living conditions a the HACA properties, including Eastport Terrace and Harbour House.  He spoke on the outcome of the lawsuit and the impact of the the Consent Decree which resulted from the suit.

Here are the documents that Joe Donahue provided:

Amended Complaint

Timeline Summary of Disparate Impact Analysis

Video of the ECA General Meeting

​City Letter About the Crosswalk on Chesapeake Avenue and Burnside Street
The City of Annapolis installed a temporary crosswalk at Chesapeake Avenue at the corner of Burnside Street. Before the City makes it permanent, they want to get feedback from residents and sponsor a traffic study.  Please submit any comments to:  lmgrieco@annapolis.govClick here to view the City of Annapolis letter.

ECA Letter to the City Council - Property Tax Increase

​The Eastport Civic Association (ECA) strongly opposes the City’s intention to override the mandated constant yield tax rate which effectively raises residents’ real property taxes by 3% for the tax year beginning July 1, 2020. ID-141-20 should be withdrawn. Click here to view the ECA letter. 

ECA Letter to the City Council - Accessory Dwelling Units

The ECA opposes the Ordinance 0-39-19 (ADUs) in its current form. The ordinance should be withdrawn until further study can be conducted and a greater opportunity for public comment. Click here to view the ECA letter.  

ECA Letter to the City Council - Waterfron Mixed Martime Zoning

The ECA opposes the Ordinance O-15-20 (WWW) in its current form.  The ordinance should be withdrawn and removed from the Planning Commission agenda, until further study can be conducted.  The public must be given the opportunity to be educated about and the opportunity to give in put on the ordinance.  Click here to view the ECA letter. 

​ECA Letter to City Officials, Council Members and Planning Commission Members

The ECA Board of Directors sent a letter with suggestions about the City's planning for recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic relative to work on current and new development to Mayor Buckley, Ms. Smith, Director Jarrell, Dr. Nash, Council Members, and the Planning Commission Members. Click here to view the ECA letter.​​


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

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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.