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Welcome to Eastland Gardens & Kenilworth

A Ward 7, Washington, DC Neighborhood Association

Wake up hearing birds chirping and enjoy nature-filled views in Eastland Gardens. 

Junel Jeffrey - President

Cindy Hamilton - First Vice President

Evan Harris - Second Vice President

Davina Minnix - Corresponding Secretary

Monica Johnson - Recording Secretary

Waynonia Harris - Sergeant-at Arms

Keith Benjamin - Parliamentarian 

Sabrina Thomas Vaughns - Archivist 

Sharita Slayton - Chaplain 

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About Us

A Leading Neighborhood Association

Eastland Gardens, located in Northeast Washington, D.C.'s Ward 7, is where water and land coexist with a true neighborhood community. Nestled amongst the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens -- the Nation's only national park displaying aquatic plant life -- the Eastland Gardens community is bounded by Eastern Avenue NE to the north, the Watts Branch Tributary to the south, the CSX Railroad tracks to the east and the Anacostia River to the west. The Eastland Gardens Civic Association was founded in 1935.


We are responsible for consistently creating opportunities and care for our community. Our residents’ well-being is our top priority, and we plan events and provide services for exactly that purpose. You can count on us to amplify the community voice. We are the Eastland Gardens Civic Association, always there for you!

Anacostia Avenue lined with White Flowering Trees with the tennis courts in the background.
An Eastland Gardens Member's well-maintained gardens with two chairs for company.
A beuatiful garden, filled with small and large flowers and well-crafted bush.
A unique Eastland Gardens house, Pink stucco with a clay tile roof.
A close up of a large red camellia flower with large green leaves and more camellia in the backgroun
A close up of a Lotus Flower from the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens. Green lillypads fill the backgroun

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