News

The tentative Agenda for The Landings Association’s August Board Meeting can be accessed by clicking here.

Board Candidates for the 2020-22 Landings Association’s Board of Directors Election have been named and include the following individuals:

  • Hal Duensing
  • Andrew (Andy) Lohn
  • Tony Martin
  • Judy Monaco
  • Charles Ryan
  • Mark Winters

Board packets will be mailed in September and will include biographies of each candidate as well as highlights of what they would like to accomplish as a Landings Association Board Director. The vote will run through late October.

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including vehicle accidents, thefts, and suspicious incidents.

Learn details about Community Path Stop Sign Installation, Street Light Audit, Community Path Backfilling and Repair, and more.

According to  the Metropolitan Planning Commission, a Public Hearing will be held on August 27 at 9 a.m. in the Arthur A. Mendosa Hearing Room (112 East State Street) to discuss the appeal of the proposed property located on Green Island Road. Click here to view the Public Hearing Notice.

Due to the forecast for inclement weather tomorrow (Saturday, August 17), the Cast Away Club program on snakes has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 24, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Kids’ Fishing Lagoon (located behind the fire station at the intersection of Westcross and Log Landing roads).

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

On Monday, August 19, Absolute Concrete is scheduled to begin maintenance repairs on several community paths, including the path near the Main Gate at Landings Way North, the one at Bartram Road, and the path located at the intersection of Landings Way North at Tidewater Way.

During the contracted repairs, portions of the path will be closed to all traffic. Please utilize caution around the construction sites and use alternate routes when available.

By Jonathan Smith
USDA Wildlife Biologist

Deer control is an issue that many regions throughout the country deal with and The Landings is no exception.

By Kristin Peney - kristinp@landings.org
Community Programs Manager

This summer, some of our local experts shared information to help residents conserve water while maintaining a beautiful landscape as part of the monthly Sunset Sips series.

Courtesy of the Strategic Water Committee and Utilities, Inc.

The winner of July’s EyeOnWater Visa gift card giveaway is Jan Davis! Congratulations, Jan!  As a reminder, the EyeOnWater portal allows you to identify consumption issues, leaks, or abnormal water usage (e.g., piping leaks, leaking flapper on toilets, water main breaks, etc.). The portal now has 1,398 residential users.