What is EACA?


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.


Monthly Community Meeting

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

2nd Tuesday of the Month

7:00 pm, Branan Towers


What does EACA do?

EACA contributes to the community through service, policy and operational support:


Who is EACA?



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 EACA’s membership area to join.  Please read the Membership Area section above to confirm eligibility.