ECA Dues 

Individuals: $25 ($26.05 for credit or debit card via PayPal)
Couples: $35 ($36.05 for credit or debit card via PayPal)

To join or renew your membership, please fill out the membership form – which appears on a separate web page that has a link to PayPal.

The form also allows you to donate to ECA's Worthy Causes. ECA’s Grants Committee applies donated funds to community groups that apply for help, such as Seeds4Success (a coaching and mentoring program for grades 6-12), STAIR Literacy Program (helps bring second graders up to reading level), Eastport Elementary School, and many other organizations.

If you are paying your dues by check, print the membership form. Mail your check and completed form to:
Eastport Civic Association
P.O. Box 3539
Annapolis, MD 21403

The City of Annapolis is participating in the 2023 National Community Survey, a survey conducted by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in 500 communities across the country. ICMA is the leading organization of local government professionals dedicated to creating and sustaining thriving communities throughout the world. Founded in 1914, it advances professional local government through leadership, management, innovation, and ethics.
ICMA’s partner, the National Research Center (NRC, now Polco), is a leader in the field of public sector research and education. Together with ICMA, NRC pioneered the development of the National Citizen Survey (NCS). The survey gathers resident opinion about community livability and government services. The survey provides local government insights about service delivery satisfaction, communication with stakeholders, and clear priorities for strategic plans, and budgets. The survey is conducted annually and as such gives a longitudinal look and community attitudes. Because it is conducted in 500 other communities, it also gives the opportunity to compare our City with those other communities.
The City last participated in the NCS in 2012 and results from the survey are part of the City’s 2012 Strategic Plan. The City intends to update its Strategic Plan using, in part, the new survey results. Henceforth, we plan to conduct the survey on a regular basis. The Strategic Plan is a major guide for City operations and planning. The annual survey is a way for you to keep us abreast of your views and needs.
To take the survey after 9 November go to the following link; on to the City website. Some may have already received a copy of the survey by mail. If so, please reply by using the form provided.

​​​​​​​ECA General Meeting Rescheduled to Tuesday Dec. 5!​​

​General Meeting, Rescheduled from Thursday, November 16 to Tuesday Dec. 5.

State Senator Sarah Elfreth to Address Community’s Public Safety Concerns and State Funding

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Start Using the wells Cove Access Now!

An April 5 ruling by Anne Arundel County District Court Judge Elizabeth S. Morris affirms that the public has the right to access Spa Creek from the path that runs from Boucher Avenue to Wells Cove. Not only can you walk along the path to view the water but you can also launch small watercraft and pull small boats up to the bulkhead.

Many Eastport residents, aside from those who live on the water or keep watercrafts at the marinas, have nowhere to launch kayaks, 

paddle boards, or canoes except Truxton Park and that Maritime Museum. Neither of those sites is in walking distance for many locals. Using Wells Cove is the best way to demonstrate how important this water access is to the community. Please visit this lovely piece of our community and take advantage of the agreement made in 1992 keep access open and public.

This path is hard to see from the road. It's located between two residences at 1006 and 1008 Boucher, across from the intersection of Jefferson (see the diagrams and photo). Although the site is usable as is, improvements are still to come, such as a better ladder, clear signage and landscaping work.

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Date:  Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Time:  7:00 PM for refreshments and socializing
           7:30 PM for ECA business and speaker presentation
           (Meeting adjourns by 9:00 p.m.)
Location:  Eastport Fire Station, 914 Bay Ridge Avenue

 As you are likely well aware, public safety continues to be the number one concern for our community in Eastport. The recent increase in shootings in our neighborhoods demands our attention and a search for answers to the hard questions.

The Eastport Civic Association has invited Senator Sarah Elfreth to discuss the opportunities for State funding and grant opportunities to prioritize public safety. What's the history? What's the current situation? What's the plan? How can citizens influence the future?

First elected in 2018 to represent Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County, Senator Elfreth is the youngest woman ever elected to the Maryland Senate. She has earned numerous “Legislator of the Year” awards from community and statewide groups.

Please join us for the discussion at our ECA General Meeting, Tuesday, December 5, 7:00 PM at the Eastport Fire Station.
Note that the meeting has been moved from its original date of Thursday, November 16.

The meeting is open to ECA members and others interested in attending. Hope to see you there!



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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