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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Eastport Civic Association
P.O. Box 3539
Annapolis, MD 21403
Copyright  © Eastport Civic Association. All rights Reserved.

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ECA Volunteer Opportunities

SAFETY COMMITTEE: ECA is currently in search of a Safety Committee Chairperson. If you are interested, please email  ​​

GREENSCAPE: Come join your Eastport neighbors for Spring 2019 Greenscape Day on Saturday, April 27th at 9 AM.  We need lots of volunteers on that day to assist with gardening and/or weeding and general clean-up.  It is truly a great way to experience Eastport, meet the neighbors and do something nice for the community.  All friends are welcome and free coffee and donuts will be provided.  To volunteer, send email with your contact information to Bumper Moyer.

HOME AND GARDEN TOUR, Sunday, June 9: Help is needed with ads, sponsorships, promotion, and social media.  Docents will be needed in each home.  Mike Leonard is the chairperson.  If you want to volunteer in the planning phase, please contact Mike Leonard.  If you would like to be a docent the day of the tour, please contact Marie King.  

​​​​ECA Highlights

ECA Meeting

Thursday, March 21, 2019
​Eastport Fire Station Meeting Hall
​7:00PM - Refreshments, 7:30PM - Meeting

ECA Grant Deadline:  March 15, 2019​​

If you are interest, you can apply online.

​Greenscape:  Saturday, April 27, 2019, 9 AM-when we get tired

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​​Thursday, January 17, 2019

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Thursday, May 16, 2019

ECA Picnic, Thursday, August 22

Thursday, September 19

​Thursday, November 21

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​​Eastport Shopping Center

2/20/19: The appeal of the Eastport project has been broken into two parts:

The first public hearing is this Wed. 2/20 at 7 PM at City Hall, Council Chambers at 160 Duke of Gloucester Street.  The motions listed will be
heard and ruled upon and then sometime after this meeting a second hearing will take place on substantive issues surrounding the project if our neighbors survive all the motions filed by the Solstice Partners attorneys aimed at not allowing the substantive issues to be heard by the Board of Appeals.

It is a public hearing and the Board of Appeals assumes "all the powers of the administrative  officer from whom the appeal is take "Md. Code, Art 66B § 4.07(h)(2). 

Public Hearing on Eastport Shopping Center (Eastport Landing project)
 1. Preliminary Matters Related to the Appeal of the Issuance of the Certification of Adequate Public Facilities for the Lofts at Eastport Landing 
Redevelopment of Eastport Shopping Center - APL2018-002 filed by Stephen H. Rogers et al: 
 Applicants Motion to Strike Argument Unrelated to Certification of Adequate Public Facilities; 
 Appellants Motion to Bar Applicant and Motion to Deny Motion to Strike Response to Applicant Motion to Strike; 
 Appellants Revised and Amended Appeal; 
 Applicants Motion to Strike Revised and Amended Materials and Response to Appellants Motion to Bar Applicant and Motion to Deny Motion to Strike Response to Applicant Motion to Strike Materials; 
 Appellants Motion in Response to Applicant Third Party, Motion for Bifurcation and Motion to Dismiss All Motions by Third Party as Not Relevant and Motion to Remand Applications to City of Annapolis Planning and Zoning Director for Rejection Back to Third Party Applicant; and 
 City Attorney Motion(s) or Response(s) Related to Jurisdiction, Participation, Legal Issues, and Other Matters Concerning the Appeal. And any other preliminary motions or preliminary matters that may come before the Board of Appeals at the time of the public hearing on February 20, 2019. 

See the slides presented at the August 28 informational meeting on plans for the Lofts at Eastport Landing

​See the complete meeting on video as it was recorded on Facebook.

Read the Concerned Citizens’ Preliminary Objections and Concerns Regarding the Revised Adequate Public Facilities Study for the Lofts at Eastport Landing letter to Planning & Zoning. Additional information and documents can be found on the City’s website E-Trakit system using the Project Number SDP2018-006. Read letter from attorney for Solstice Partners regarding Concerned Citizens' Comments.

Read more. 


2019 Membership Dues

It's time to renew your dues your dues.  Click here to pay your dues.  

Here are a few membership benefits:

  • Members are kept informed through email and general meetings.  Meetings provide members an opportunity to voice their opinion and ask questions with guest speakers, often a city official or news maker.
  • Volunteer opportunities with ECA Committees, who do great work in the community.
  • ECA supports local communications organizations with grants, raised from funds from the Eastport Home and Garden Tour
  • Fun events, like the ECA picnic and Home and Garden Tour

Meeting Announcements

Forest Drive/Easport Sector Public Hearing

February 28 - 7 PM, Eastport Hillsmere Library
​269 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis, MD

The City has prepared a plan for development along the Forest Drive Corridor and in Eastport. The plan, called a Sector Study, identifies a significant amount of new residential and commercial development over the next decade.  In March, the City Council will vote on whether to approve the Sector Study and accept it as part of the City's long-range Comprehensive Plan.

The public is invited to attend a free, public meeting organizaed by the Annapolis Neck Peninsula Federation.  The City's plan will be presented and then discussed by a panel of government and citizens on Feb.28.