ECA Annual Dues​

​ECA dues for 2021 are $25 for individuals and $35 for couples. Dues funds the expenses for the ECA.  ECA strives to be inclusive.

In December 2019, the ECA Board approved Pay Pal fees to be added to your dues if you pay with a debit or credit card.  Pay Pal fees are $1.05 for individuals and $1.35 for couples.  The total cost of dues will be $26.05 for individuals and $36.35 for couples.

If you pay by check, you will not incur any fees. 

Fill out the ​Membership Form first. 

When you fill out the Membership form online, it will take you to a page that you can pay your dues through Pay Pal.

You may donate to the worthy causes that funds the ECA Grant Program. The ECA Grant Committees will award grants to community organizations, such as Spa Creek Conservancy, Eastport Elementary School,  Seeds4Success, Annapolis Maritime Museum and other nonprofit organizations.  

​​​​​​​​ECA Highlights​​

Membership Meeting, Thursday, May 20

Picnic, Thursday, Aug. 19

Membership Meeting, Thursday, Sept. 16
​Annual Meeting, Thursday, Nov. 18

Hero's Memorial Park

Eastport Fire Station

This Eastport Hero's Memorial Park project allows for us to honor the vast number of heroes in our community so that they are never forgotten.  We also get the added bonus of improving our neighborhood to provide a safe and respectful place for those in residents in our community to walk and relax.

The project will consist of construction of new bricked pathways, the creation of several memorial gardens, the creation of a courtyard area with sitting wall, introduction of lighting in the walkways, and replacement of the overhead doors on the garage portion of the Eastport fire station.  There will be several specialty items incorporated into the park that will be memorials to the fire department members or for special sponsorship.

​ECA members can purchase a brick inscribed with words that they write. There are three levels of brick: 1) 8 x 8 with 3 lines ($150), 2) 8 x12 with 4 lines ($250), and #) 12 x 12 brick with 6 lines ($500).  The ECA encourages members to buy a brick.  

Brick Donation Form

The Lofts At Eastport Landing Appeal

This appeal focuses on the five specific areas of Adequate Public Facilities which were determined to be inadequate at the last appeal hearing and the resulting mitigation plan created by the Director of Planning and Zoning. These areas are:
a. Police  
b. Parks and Recreation Space
c. Non-Auto Transportation
d. Traffic Impact
e. Storm Water Facilities
The Board of Appeals remanded the application to the City to address the notes of deficiencies. 
On May 26, the City issued a staff report on their reconsideration of the project which includes the necessary reports from each Department head for each of the Adequacy Areas. The City determined that the project was inadequate for Police and Non-Auto (and the other areas it recommended new conditions and then approved the adequacy with these conditions) but that the Mitigation Plan with conditions to address the inadequacies was approved and issued two days later, which green lighted the project.
The approved Mitigation Plan is what is being appealed and reviewed by the Board because it is the appellants' position that the conditions are insufficient. It adds:
a. Parks and Recs - pay an additional $21,000 fee in lieu, add no rec. space to the project or the neighborhood.
b. Police: put in 10 security cameras and hire a security officer up to    $50,000 per year (with no minimal requirement of hours or days, only "up to", so $100 worth is all that is needed to be sufficient).
c. Non-Auto. No dedicated bike lane, no wider sidewalks, look into a    stop sign at Chesapeake and Bay Ridge, add a sidewalk on the back of the building on Norman Drive and buy one month bus passes for new residents. The rest of the items are already required.
d. Traffic. Nothing new. Fix the timing of the light at Tyler and Bay   Ridge (which was in the prior plan approval), and remove the turn   only lane they had added to Americana and Chesapeake that as supposed to help it function better.
e. Stormwater. The step-pool mitigation plan is not required. A $17,000 contribution toward the design is required.
Board of Appeals for City of Annapolis ​Decision and Order

Amended Notice of Appeal Statement of Grounds for Appeal

City Of Annapolis Storm Water Management Policy for Development Projects

ECA Eco-Action Committee letters on the Storm Water Management  Issues on the Lofts at Eastport Landing

Alderman Ross Arnett's Testimony


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

ECA Grant Awards

The ECA Grant Committee received 14 applications. We met in early April to review the applications and awarded 10 recipients.  The Board approved the grant awards.  The following list of recipients of the ECA Grant awards:

  1. Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay - $500 for creation and printing of Green Tours in Eastport, rain barrels, and signage.

  2. Annapolis Maritime Museum and Park - $500 for the Box of Rain Summer Maritime Program for students.

  3. Creating Communities - $500 for Outdoor Arts Program to purchases arts supplies, PPE supplies, healthy snacks and mentors.

  4. Eastport Fire Dept. - $500 for payments for the pumper and apparatus upgrades.

  5. Eastport United Methodist Church - $500 to purchase collapsible grocery hand carts for the family to take home the food from the Food Pantry.

  6. Live Water Foundation -$500 for the Junior Wai Koa Youth Program to support in pool and in-the creek water sports activities.

  7. Marshall Hope Corporation - $500 to purchase milk, eggs, and butter for the Eastport and West Annapolis families.

  8. Seeds for Success - $500 for the Summer Reading Program to provide books, transportation, materials, and book consult with an educator or a librarian.

  9. Start the Adventure In Reading (STAIR) - $500 for 2 hour per week tutoring to second graders below the grade level. 

  10. Street Angels - $500 for mobile nursing support to provide one time health assistance, well care check, distribute hygiene and safe sex materials, and make medical referrals to residents of Harbour House and Eastport Terrace.  


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

Video of ECA Virtual Membership Meeting, Thursday, March 18

Link to Maritime Taskforce Presentation

ECA  Virtual Membership Meeting

Thursday,  May 20, 7:30 PM

Speaker:  Eric Leshinsky, Chief of the Comprehensive Planning,
                 Office of Planning and Zoning

He will provide a status report on the 2021 Comprehensive Plan, including highligts of some of the likely recommendations.



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

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