What is EACA?

EACA is the East Atlanta Community Association. The organization focuses its contributions to the community by providing community services, influencing public policy, and supporting community members, businesses and projects.

Provide Community Services

Impact Public Policy

Keep EACA RunninG



Monthly Community Meeting

EACA hosts a monthly Community Meeting, providing a forum for conversation and debate of the things that matter to this community

2nd Tuesday of the Month

7:00 pm, Branan Towers



The purpose of the East Atlanta Community Association (EACA) shall be to promote a high quality of life for all residents of East Atlanta regardless of race, age, sex, or economic status. EACA:

  • encourages well planned residential and business development, and the renovation of existing dwellings and businesses
  • insists on a safe community where residents do not fear crime or an environment of intimidation
  • requires that the Atlanta Public School System meets the broad educational needs of the Community
  • and seeks for its residents the highest quality of city services.

Above all, EACA seeks the development of a sense of community pride and belonging within the East Atlanta community.


east atlanta boundaries

The geographic membership area of EACA shall have a west border of Moreland Avenue, north to I-20. The northern border shall be I-20 to Flat Shoals Road, where the border will go east of I-20 to include that portion of the City of Atlanta east of I-20. From there, the eastern border will be Fayetteville Road to Eastland Road and its intersection with Moreland Avenue. 


You must be a renter, property owner or business owner within the EACA membership area to join.