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By Linda Dillard - nannalin52@gmail.com

It was a crisp January Monday in The Landings.

Courtesy of The Landings Garden Club

The Landings Garden Club’s next general meeting will be February 24th at the Messiah Lutheran Church.  Please join us to hear Rubert Cultry, Certified Arborist at Evergreen Tree, discuss how we exist within our landscape and how humans can be a valuable feature of the environment.

Program:          Human Nature: A Paradigm of Change

Location:         Messiah Lutheran Church (1 West Ridge Road)

9:00 a.m.         Board Meeting

9:30 a.m.         Coffee and Socializing

10:00 a.m.       General Meeting

10:30 a.m.       Program

Courtesy of The Landings Club

Player Housing– Host Homes Needed!

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Theft, Vehicle Accidents, Suspicious Incident, and more!

Learn details about Brightview Landscape Contract Maintenance, Lagoon 67 Bank re-stabilization, and more!

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Two bridges are scheduled for re-decking this year through our Capital Asset Management Plan.

The Moon River bridge was installed in 2005 and serves as a connector bridge from Moon River to the remainder of the community. Marshview Landing bridge was installed in 2004 and serves as a connector bridge for residents in Marshview Landing, Moon River, and Oakridge. 

Courtesy of Public Works

Annual maintenance conducted by The Landings Association’s Public Works Department and its contractors likely is only noticeable by those residents that it directly affects. One such project is our annual marsh outfall structure maintenance. The Landings Association has approximately 64 marsh outfall pipes located throughout the community. Throughout the year, these structures accumulate silt, sand, leaves, and other organic material. The material must be removed annually, to allow proper drainage flow through these outfalls.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager
  • The 2020 Landings Residential Directory has begun hitting mailboxes. Due to the bulk mail status of the publication, the United States Postal Service will deliver through February until all households receive their initial copy. However, the post office will not forward the Directory.
  • All property owners are entitled to two editions of the book.
  • The first book will arrive via mail, and the second issue will be available for pickup at The Landings Association’s Office (600 Landings Way South) during normal business hours (Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) beginning Monday, February 10.
  • Copies of the Directory beyond the two courtesy editions (one mailed and one picked up) can be purchased for $5 each.