Courtesy of SIBC

Spice up your summer with a trip to Tybee Island with the Skidaway Island Boating Club (SIBC) on Wednesday, July 24, for lunch at AJ’s Dockside Restaurant.

Courtesy of The Silver Screen Society

The Silver Screen Society has been a proud tradition in The Landings for 16 years.

Did you know that hundreds of Eclipse glasses donated to Astronomers Without Borders, including those donated by Landings residents, were redistributed in viewing areas across South America and used in the recent eclipse viewin

Courtesy of Comcast/Xfinity

To increase customer service levels and expedite service needs, Comcast/Xfinity has added an email option for inquiries and issues in addition to its dedicated customer care line (470-787-4815) exclusively for Landings residents.

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including vehicle accidents, a gas leak, domestic disturbance, and the Community Path Safety Drop-In Forum.

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

More than 70 residents gathered in The Landings Association’s Meeting room on Tuesday, July 2, for a Community Path Safety Drop-In Forum.

Learn details about 2019 Community Path Project and 2019 Road Repair Project.

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Bennett Paving is scheduled to mill Shellwind Drive from just inside the Deer Creek Village Gate to Moonbill Lane on Monday, July 8.  

Bennett Paving will mill the entry lane first and then progress to the exit lane thereafter. During this time, access will be limited to Moonbill Lane, Sundew Road, and the properties along the right side of Shellwind Drive. However, vehicular traffic is permitted to drive on the milled surface until the paving process begins. 

Both the gas and diesel pumps at Delgal Creek Marina are fully operational. The gas is non-ethanol, marine-grade fuel, and  can be purchased Monday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. If you have any questions, please call Delegal's Marina Office (912-224-3885).

Be safe, enjoy the holiday weekend, and make sure your tank is topped off before leaving the dock!

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

As you travel the island this summer in your golf cart, don’t forget about Georgia’s law to prevent distracted driving.

The Landings Association confirmed with the Chatham County Police Department that this law applies to golf carts as well as other motorized vehicles. It mandates that drivers can’t hold cell phones or place cell phones on their laps while driving. Texting and watching videos also is prohibited. Only voice-controlled technology is allowed to make or receive calls in your car or golf cart in Georgia.