News

Courtesy of Comcast/Xfinity

Comcast/Xfinity continues working to increase service levels and expedite service needs in The Landings. As part of this commitment, a dedicated service technician began work on the island last week.

  • There were 14 newly reported cases and zero reported deaths this week in the 31411 zip code.
  • The second COVID-19 Booster is available at Village Walk Pharmacy. 
  • If interested in a booster, please visit www.villagewalkpharmacy.com/ to make an appointment. Patients can print the consent form found on the website. Please bring the form and your Medicare Card with you to your appointment.  
  • Village Walk Pharmacy is located at the corner of Lake Street and Village Walk (1 Skidaway Village Walk) in the center of The Village. For more information, please call 912-598-8669
By Dylan Till
Environmental Manager
  • The Landings is an Audubon International Certified Sustainable Community; the first such community in all of Georgia!
  • The community received this designation in 2018 through a cooperative effort between The Landings Association and The Landings Club and volunteers,

    guided by Audubon International. Certification required accomplishments in all three aspects of sustainability, including social, economic, and environmental.

  • While some accomplishments were the work of the task force, many came from our governing organizations, nonprofits, clubs, groups, and teams whose ongoing work in social, economic, and environmental areas deserved recognition.
  • To keep our Sustainable Community status, recertification is required every three years. The Landings was recertified as Sustainable Community in 2021. The Sustainable Skidaway Task Force is now open for volunteers to prepare for the next recertification in Spring 2024. Working on the Sustainable Skidaway Task Force is a great way to learn more about the community’s environmental stewardship and spirit of volunteerism. Opportunities for spearheading one of the Focus Areas, coming up with new project ideas, and tracking ongoing long-term projects are available.
  • If you want to know more about any specific focus area, view the long-term plan here. It is a living document of goals and plans, with room for new insights as we move toward 2024.
  • If you are interested in joining the Sustainable Skidaway Task Force and helping The Landings remain a Sustainable Community, please click here and be sure to select Sustainable Skidaway Taskforce from the committee list.
  • The deadline for application is April 30. There will be an informational meeting scheduled for those submitting applications by the deadline.

 

  • There were eighht newly reported cases and zero reported deaths this week in the 31411 zip code.
  • Second COVID-19 Booster available now at Village Walk Pharmacy. 
  • If interested in a booster, please visit www.villagewalkpharmacy.com/ to make an appointment. Patients can print the consent form found on the website. Please bring the form and your Medicare Card with you to your appointment.  
  • Village Walk Pharmacy is located at the corner of Lake Street and Village Walk (1 Skidaway Village Walk) in the center of The Village. For more information, please call 912-598-8669
By Karl Stephens, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Landings Association General Manager/COO
  • Landings Harbor Store now has a full selection of Landings 50th Anniversary Merchandise.
  • Thanks to resident Carolyn Zalesne, who designed our fantastic milestone logo, you now have many merchandise options to choose from to display your community pride.
  • If you think The Landings' first 50 years were great, wait till you see the next 50! #CHEERSTO50YEARS!
  • Click here to see the full selection of items, as shown by Marinas Office Manager Jen Sabo.
By Dylan Till
Environmental Manager
  • The Landings is an Audubon International Certified Sustainable Community; the first such community in all of Georgia!
  • The community received this designation in 2018 through a cooperative effort between The Landings Association and The Landings Club and volunteers,

    guided by Audubon International. Certification required accomplishments in all three aspects of sustainability, including social, economic, and environmental.

  • While some accomplishments were the work of the task force, many came from our governing organizations, nonprofits, clubs, groups, and teams whose ongoing work in social, economic, and environmental areas deserved recognition.
  • To keep our Sustainable Community status, recertification is required every three years. The Landings was recertified as Sustainable Community in 2021. The Sustainable Skidaway Task Force is now open for volunteers to prepare for the next recertification in Spring 2024. Working on the Sustainable Skidaway Task Force is a great way to learn more about the community’s environmental stewardship and spirit of volunteerism. Opportunities for spearheading one of the Focus Areas, coming up with new project ideas, and tracking ongoing long-term projects are available.
  • If you want to know more about any specific focus area, view the long-term plan here. It is a living document of goals and plans, with room for new insights as we move toward 2024.
  • If you are interested in joining the Sustainable Skidaway Task Force and helping The Landings remain a Sustainable Community, please click here and be sure to select Sustainable Skidaway Taskforce from the committee list.
  • The deadline for application is April 30. There will be an informational meeting scheduled for those submitting applications by the deadline.

 

Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Bennett Paving completed paving Romerly Road East and West this week and will progress to the paving of Landings Way South between Activity Drive to Westcross Road next week.
  • On Monday, April 4 through Tuesday, April 5, Bennett Paving is scheduled to mill and pave Landings Way South between Activity Drive and Westcross Road.
  • During this time, this section of Landings Way South will be closed for the resurfacing of both lanes.
  • Closing this section of Landings Way South for two days allows for the least amount of disturbance to the community.
  • Staff began working on lagoon cutbacks in the Palmetto section of the community this week.
  • As a reminder, this program is completed operationally and encompasses the uplifting of vegetation overhanging the lagoons as well as removing woody and new growth around the lagoon banks.
  • This is completed annually to improve the aesthetics of the lagoon, while keeping the lagoon banks clear enough to allow adequate access for lagoon maintenance personnel.
  • BrightView replaced several plants/shrubs that were damaged during the installation of the grinder pump (which connected the facility to UI’s sewer system) at the Main Gate this week.
  • BrightView completed the turf transition at the North Gate this week and will move to the Main Gate next week. Please note that the project area will be scalped the week prior to sod placement (periods of no turf at this gatehouse will exist temporarily) before the new sod is installed the week after the scalping process.
  • Absolute Concrete completed the conversion of path (from asphalt to concrete) on Vandy Court this week and will move to the path on Mainsail Crossing next week.
  • Southeast Pipe completed the CIPP (cured in place pipe) lining on Yam Gandy Road this week, which concludes the critical pipe repairs. Staff, in conjunction with Southeast Pipe, are in the process of scheduling the remaining pipe repairs within this year’s project scope.
Courtesy of TLA's Community Development Department

 

  • Staff performed routine inspections in Midpoint and Phase II this week.
  • Follow-up and requested inspections were conducted throughout the island. 
  • This week, seven properties were contacted regarding a violation of the Private Property Maintenance Standards, and seven properties were contacted to provide courtesy education regarding property maintenance standards.

 

  • There were seven newly reported cases and zero reported deaths this week in the 31411 zip code.
Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about what your Public Works team has been working on recently. 

  • Bennett Paving completed milling and paving Monastery Road West this week. Due to the recent inclement weather, Bennett Paving will begin milling Monastery Road on Monday, March 14.
  • On Monday, Absolute Concrete completed the conversion of path (from asphalt to concrete) located at the bottom of the Westcross Bridge. The contractor also began the demolition of the asphalt path on Chatuachee Crossing this week.
  • This week, Southeast Pipe completed the CIPP (cured in place pipe) lining process on Barnwell Lane and will move to Yam Gandy Road next week.
  • CCA conducted the annual electrofishing survey program in 30 freshwater lagoons in the community this week.
  • On Tuesday, staff removed the old, worn exterior door on the Kids’ Fishing Lagoon storage shed and replaced it with a new exterior door.
  • Staff completed preventative maintenance to the vehicular bridge that stretches across McWhorter Drive.
  • In preparation for The Landings Club’s Club Car Championship golf tournament at the end of this month, staff began pressure washing both Deer Creek Gates, repairing and replacing damaged fencing and signage, and completed necessary paint touchups.
  • On Wednesday, Coastal Empire Fire & Safety began the installation of the fire safety system for The Landings Association Administration Building (600 Landings Way South).