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.


Copyright © Eastport Civic Association. All rights reserved.

Eastport Civic Association

P.O. Box 3539

Annapolis, MD 21403

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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!


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

Nominating: Being formed
Safety: Daniel Orr, Chair

Redistricting Plan for Annapolis Elementary and Middle Schools

This spring, the Board of Education approved a sweeping redistricting plan for the Annapolis Peninsula, changing attendance boundaries for eight of the Annapolis cluster’s nine elementary schools and both of its middle schools - including Eastport - to better utilize space in facilities across the peninsula, reduce overcrowding issues, and establish a more neighborhood feel to school attendance areas. See a map of the new attendance areas for EES (PDF). The communities of Harbour House, Eastport terrace, Colony Hills, Parkwood/Springdale, Severn House, Fairview, August Woods and Spa Cove will attend Eastport Elementary as of this fall. We will have many more "walkers" with this neighborhood consolidation. Street and Sidewalk safety issues will develop as a result. Have a street, sidewalk, intersection, etc, of concern? Respond to the survey and get your views known now. Share this survey with friends and neighbors!

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

Wanted: Candidates for ECA Officers and Board Members

The ECA is forming a nominating committee to recommend candidates for officers and board members. If you are interested in serving on the committee, or if you are interested in being considered for a position, contact Vic Pascoe.


The Eastport Civic Association's Eco-Action Committee is looking for some volunteers to help identify locations and to plant daffodil and tulip bulbs this fall.  We'd like to do the work on “Make a Difference Day” Saturday, October 28. “Make a Difference Day” is a national effort encouraging groups and individuals to volunteer in their community to improve the lives of others.

Volunteers  may order up to 100 tulip bulbs and 100 daffodil bulbs for each project. This year we will be offering red tulips and yellow Daffodils. The bulbs are free but only available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations for bulbs will be accepted starting Monday, September 11.  I can do this if we have a location to plant and enough volunteers.  Your suggestions are welcome.

Diane Butler (443) 253- 7263

Fall ECA Grant Applications Due friday, September 15

Local organizations are encouraged to apply for ECA Grants. Learn how to apply for the Fall 2017 cycle. Eight organizations were awarded a total of $9,025 during the Spring 2017 cycle. Learn more about the Spring 2017 grant recipients.

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Welcome New ECA Webmaster

We welcome Elvia Thompson to the Communications team as the new ECA webmaster. If anyone has ideas for the ECA web, newsletter or social media, please send an email to Susy Smith at

Open House Public Meeting on the Forest Drive/Eastport Sector Study

wednesday, September 27

Pip Moyer Recreation Center

6:30 PM

Everyone is welcome and can plan to learn about the study that will consider the corridor from Aris T. Allen to Forent Drive to Bay Ridge Road including the section to Forest Drive between Chinquapin Round Road and Solomon’s Island Road. It will also include the Eastport peninsula. City officials will gather input on your concerns and summarize what has been heard in stakeholder interviews that have been taking place.

ECA President Vic Pascoe and four Board members have attended the stakeholder meetings to represent ECA. The study is being conducted by The Faux Group. Questions about the meeting should be directed to Sally Nash at the City Planning Office. More information about the study.

Date change for next ECA meeting

The September 21 meeting is cancelled because of a scheduling conflict.

The next meeting will be held November 16  at 7:30 PM. 

This meeting will be the ECA Annual Meeting for elections and other business. 

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

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

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2017 ECA Meetings & Events

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Mayoral and Alderman Debate

6:00 PM

Eastport Elementary School

​Thursday, September 21, 2017

​ECA general membership meeting

7:30 PM

Eastport Elementary School