By Amber Capps -
Executive Assistant to the Public Works Director
  • Thank you to everyone who entered Utilities, Inc’s EyeOnWater Giveaway last month!
  • A big congratulations to Gary Shuman and Bruce and Camille Hebert for winning a Rainbird 12-zone smart irrigation controller! 
By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager 
  • By now, some residents may have received bills from Chatham County for the new fire fee. Although the bills have taken some time to arrive, the initial decision was made by the County on May 13, 2022 to adopt a fire fee for unincorporated areas. 
  • The Chatham County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to repeal the fire tax adopted in December 2021, and replace it with a Fire Services Fee.
  • However, it took some time to finalize the fee structure and issue invoices.
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Skidaway Audubon planted a new pollinator garden at Dream Maker Circle in the Moon River section of the community this week.
  •  BrightView overseeded the center islands with rye grass seed this week.
By 50th Anniversary History and Communications subcommittees
  • Deer Creek was dedicated in 1991. 
  • It involved 630 acres with 260 lots platted.
  • Find more 50th Anniversary news and events on our 50th Anniversary Webpage.
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • As deer breeding season, commonly referred to as “the rut,” ramps up, the number of incidents between vehicles and deer typically increases.
  • TLA Security and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) are working together regarding a pedestrian who has been seen and reported as “jumping in front of vehicles to get a ride.”
  • On October 20 or 21, a residence was targeted by a person with a paintball gun.
  • TLA assisted the Marinas staff with identifying a boat and trailer parked in The Landings Harbor parking lot without permission.
  • TLA Security continued to perform welfare checks last week, all of which had favorable endings.
Karl Stephens -
General Manager/COO
  • Thanks to those who attended our recent Budget Information Session. It was great to get back to these in-person meetings after being put on hold due to COVID-19.
  • In the session, we covered how our Budget is created, discussed pressures we face like inflation, and strategies we employ to overcome such pressures. (You can read more about how inflation has affected your Association in this month’s Budget Box.)
  • The audience had thoughtful questions that led to good discussion.
  • If you couldn’t attend or watch the livestream, you can watch a recording of the meeting on our YouTube Channel ( or click here.


  • If you haven’t yet voted in The Landings Association’s Board of Directors election, please do so today.
  • The voting packet most owners should have received by now includes instructions for logging in and completing the ballot online, along with you username and password.
  • Click here to cast your vote. Click here to read candidate bios.
  • Beginning January 2023, Landings Harbor dry storage rate will adjust to $16.50 per-foot per month, Landings Harbor wet slip rate will adjust to $17 per-foot per month, Jet Ski storage will adjust to $125 per month, and Delegal Creek Marina will adjust to $14.50 per-foot per month. We will no longer be charging the monthly $40 Operations Fee
  • CCA of Skidaway hosted the 2022 Oyster Roast and Pig Pickin’ at Landings Harbor this past Sunday. There were more than 250 attendees who enjoyed the terrific food and the beautiful December sunshine.
  • Only a week of shopping left! Do not forget to do some holiday shopping with us at the Landings Harbor store. We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day up until Christmas Day.
  • The Landings Sailing Club held its Holiday Party at the Sunset Pavilion on Monday, December 12. There were more than 64 festively dressed members, live music, a Secret Santa gift exchange, awards presented, and delicious food catered by Papa’s Bar-B-Q on Wilmington Island.
  • The Landings Harbor Marina dry, wet, and jet ski storage is at full capacity with a couple open slips in the process of being filled by the end of this month.


Courtesy of Chatham Emergency Services
  • Look for Santa and his crew as they tour Deer Creek, The Village, Oakridge, and Palmetto on Saturday, December 17.
  • They will make planned stops at Publix, Delegal Creek Marina, and The Deck.
  • On Sunday December 18, Santa will tour Midpoint, Marshwood, Moon River Landing, and South Harbor. He will make planned stops at Landings Harbor Marina, and South Harbor Marina.
By Doug Painter
  • Hosted by the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) Skidaway Chapter since 2013, our Oyster Roast and Pig Pickin’ has become a much-anticipated annual event for island residents and guests.
  • This year’s event is December 11 from 2 to 4 p.m.