The Ellicott City Partnership

 Howard Bank
Donates Ellicott City Main St. Holiday Tree to ECP To Be Raffled on Friday!

Tree will be raffled off at Midnight Madness on December 2



You Can Win This Beautiful tree!!!!

Our friends at Howard Bank decided to sponsor a tree this year with the theme of Main Street Ellicott City which has dozens of ornaments donated by Main Street merchants and friends.  Howard Bank has decided to donate the tree back to Ellicott City Partnership and will be raffled off at Midnight Madness with the proceeds going to the economic recovery of our town.

Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20.  Tickets can be purchased at Midnight Madness at the Caplan’s Department store from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

OR get your raffle ticket on line by CLICKING HERE.  For every four tickets purchased, we will throw one ticket in!

The winner will be drawn at Shop Local, Shop Small on Thursday evening, December 15. Tree will be available for pick up on January 2, 2017.

For more information call 443-240-2060.


See the tree at Caplan’s Department Store.


Donate to Assist EC Flood Victims


Click Here To Donate Now!.

If you would like make an in-kind donation, hold a fundraiser, offer a service  please send us an email via our Contact Us form.  Please note this is not the form for general volunteer offers.  

Checks can be made payable to Ellicott City Partnership (ECP)

 and mailed to P.O. Box 92, Ellicott City, MD  21041

Ellicott City Partnership is a 501(c)3 non profit and your donations are tax deductible as allowed by the law.

Questions can be directed to 410-579-2594


On The Road Grant

Heritage Toyota Catonsville, a division of Heritage Automotive, and the Ellicott City Partnership have joined together to provide financial support to residents, business owners and permanent employees of businesses located within the Ellicott City historic district who lost their vehicles in the July 30th flood. On the Road, a $50,000 fund from Heritage Toyota Catonsville, will launch on Monday, October 10 and will be available to those in need of financial help to to assist individuals whose vehicles that were destroyed in the flood.

In order to be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. All applicants must rent or own property within the boundaries of historic Ellicott City OR be a business owner or permanent (part- or full-time) employee of a business located within historic Ellicott City.
  2. All applicants must have a car that was damaged in the July 30 flood and was declared a total loss (this grant fund does not provide relief for expenses related to operable or repairable vehicles).

Eligible individuals should complete an application for financial relief by visiting – questions can be directed to or (443) 364-8550.


ecp_logo_2015oct_400x140Ellicott City Partnership is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the heritage and vitality of Historic Ellicott City, Maryland while enhancing and creating economic growth.

To contact the Ellicott City Partnership call 410-579-2594

or e-mail