The Troop 57 Aluminum Can Recycle Trailer has been moved from the now closed Landings Recycling Center to the back parking lot of the Presbyterian Church (50 Diamond Causeway).The Boy Scouts thank the community for their support over the years through this recycling program. All proceeds ae used to support local Scouting

Some residents have contacted The Landings Association inquiring about Yard Debris and Bulk Trash Pickup in The Landings.

Chatham County continues to maintain its regular Yard Debris and Bulk Trash schedules and have no plans at this time to suspend this service. Yard Debris pickup for The Landings is every Tuesday, and Bulk Trash Pickup is the second Friday of each month. 

As we all adjust to the new normal created by COVID-19, we must find creative ways to adapt to those things that we cannot do in-person as we responsibly practice social distancing. In this vein, The Landings Association is temporarily relaxing the non-commercial sign rules until Monday, April 20. 

If you have a 2020 graduate you want to celebrate or a special birthday to acknowledge, you can do so during the period of this relaxed rule without receiving a violation notice. 

Rules banning commercial signage remain intact.

Courtesy of Landings Security

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Vehicle Accident, Hit and Run Accident, and more!

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about the 2020 Road Repair and Replacement Project, 2020 Community Path Program, and more. 

Governor Brian Kemp has issued a shelter-in-place order for the state of Georgia. The order will be effective beginning today (Friday, April 3) at 6 p.m. and will expire Monday, April 13, at 11:59 p.m.

It is important to note that this order supersedes all local orders. However, under the Governor’s order, Landings Security and Public Works remain “essential critical infrastructure workforce”.

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people around the globe, and healthcare workers everywhere are working overtime to care for others while often putting self-care last on their list. 

Humans are social creatures by nature, which makes the need to stay home difficult for many of us. The warmer weather and longer days also make us want to get out and explore.

By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager

Japanese knotweed is an invasive plant species that was introduced to assist with erosion control and landscape screening (sound familiar? I’m looking at you, Kudzu).

Courtesy of Landings Landlovers

Message From Our President  

The Landlovers Board voted unanimously in mid-March to suspend all Landlovers events for the remainder of our fiscal year, which runs through May 31.  

Our decision was based on concern for our members and the guidelines stated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events, recommends that for the next eight weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) in the United States cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 or more people. Events of any size should be continued only if they can be carried out with adherence to guidelines for protecting vulnerable populations, hand hygiene, and social distancing.  

Because Landlovers cannot guarantee that people will adhere to the guidelines for protecting others, we decided to err on the side of caution. We have had a terrific year and want to make sure that all our stakeholders and team members stay safe.