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Your Landings Association works to bring you details about initiatives and projects in the community via emails, Latest Notes & News, and The Landings Journal. Additionally, we try to answer questions and concerns, to help you separate the facts from rumors in communications such as Backyard Buzz and In the Pipeline

As of January 22, 2022, the Coastal Health District reports there are 47 cases of COVID-19 in the 31411 Zip Code. 

 

 

The following information is courtesy of the Georgia Department of Public Health Coastal Health District

 

 

By Maryce Cunningham
Chair, 50th Anniversary Communications Subcommittee

As The Landings launches its year of celebrations of 50 years of incorporation, the team planning the months of activities and commemorations is looking for very special people and families -- residents who have lived in The

By Maryce Cunningham
Chair, 50th Anniversary Communications Subcommittee

2022 marks a significant year for The Landings, as the community celebrates its Golden Anniversary. Plans are under way to make it a spectacular, year-long celebration!

Enjoy early access to the February 2022 edition of The Landings Journal by clicking here. You must be logged in with your username and password to view this document. Hard copies of the publication should arrive soon. 

 

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

You can watch a video of The Landings Association’s January 25 Board Meeting on our YouTube channel (www.YouTube.com/landingsassociation) or click here.

If you are a Landings property owner, please request to join our Facebook Group today so you can keep up with what is trending for The Landings Association and learn more about events and programs happening in the community.

By The 50th Anniversary Communications Subcommittee

The original bridge over the Skidaway Narrows (also known as the Roebling Bridge for Mr. & Mrs. Robert Roebling who were influential in the establishment of the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography) was a drawbridge that opened in 1972. Bert Lance, then head of the Georgia Highway Department, cut the ribbon and gave the keynote speech.

By Dylan Till - dylant@landings.org
Public Works Environmental Manager

  Nine-Banded Armadillos are the only armadillo species found in the United States. They prefer warm, wet climates. However, lately, they have been expanding their range northward.

By Erica Kersey - ericak@landings.org
Security Office Manager

Thanks to our moderate climate and remarkable scenery, outdoor activities are a way of life at The Landings.