Hurricane Michael Update (October 10 at 10:40 a.m.)
Landings Association Preps for Storm
In anticipation of the heavy rain and winds that Hurricane Michael is expected to bring to Savannah and the surrounding area, The Landings Association’s Public Works Department has begun to circulate the community to remove any dangerous trees/limbs located on common property. Staff also are evaluating storm drains and removing any debris to ensure that our storm drain system is functioning properly.
Public Works staff will remain onsite today and throughout the night into Thursday to respond to any significant event regarding felled trees on common property and the roadway.
If you notice a road that is holding water or spot a significant tree limb or felled tree on common property or the roadway, please call Security (598-1982). As always, Landings Security is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Association thanks you for helping us stay ahead of potential issued caused by Hurricane Michael
Latest from CEMA and GDOT
Chatham Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) announced this morning (October 10) that the Talmadge Bridge will close this evening at 9 p.m. and remain closed until an extensive inspection of the bridge is performed after Hurricane Michael passes. Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) informed The Landings Association that at this time there are no plans to close the Diamond Causeway Bridge or any other bridge in our area.
“Only Talmadge Bridge has the elevation in gale-force winds that could cause motorists to lose control,” a GDOT spokesperson said. “We are coordinating all our activities with CEMA and should anything change the public will immediately be notified.”