Join us Tuesday, October 30 at 10 a.m. at The Landings Association's Administrative Building (600 Landings Way South) for a Stormwater Pollution Seminar and Stewardship Program.
Heavy rainfall can create stormwater, which runs off the land, picking up pollutants like plastics as well as lawn clippings and fertilizers. These pollutants are carried down the storm drain to the nearest waterway and can harm fish and other aquatic life. Marking these storm drains is a way to remind everyone that only water should go down the drain.
Thank you in advance to Santa’s Elves – The Landings’ residents! Thanks to your outstanding generosity each year, there are some very special children in Savannah who do not have to wish upon a star to make their Christmas dreams come true. The Landings Company is designating the military families at Hunter Army Airfield, Fort Stewart Air National Guard Base, and the Savannah Chatham Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program to be the recipients of 2018’s Adopt-an-Angel Program.
The Coastal Corvette Association invites all residents, and Corvette Owners to participate in the Fall Festival and Corvette Show to be held in The Village on Skidaway Island on Saturday, October 27.
Enjoy a fun-filled day of face painting, pumpkin carving, amusements for the kids, The Village Library’s book sale, and a sidewalk arts and crafts show by artists from around the area, locally, and from Savannah College of Art and Design. There will be a variety of food trucks and food from The Village Bar & Grille. There should be something good for everyone to eat!
Pablo Picasso once made the social commentary, “We all know that art is not the truth; art is a lie that makes us realize the truth.” Contemporary artist Randy Akers, who will be speaking November 20 at 7 p
Certified gerontologist Chris Foster will provide some of his tips and best practices for successful aging. The event begins with a social period from 5:30 to 6 p.m. where residents can enjoy light refreshments with the speaker and sponsor.
The Landings community fared well overall from the effects of Hurricane Michael. Some of our weather station project sites showed that the forecasts for sustained winds peaking around 37 mph with gusts up to 50 mph were fairly accurate. There were about six, downed trees around the island and lots of debris including small branches, heavy leaf/pine straw litter, Spanish Moss, etc. along the roadways.
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.