By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

If you know of just the person or group to nominate for the 2019 Volunteer of the Year or 2019 Volunteer Group of the Year awards, The Landings Association wants to hear from you.

The Volunteer of the Year and the Volunteer Group of the Year are intended to promote and reward volunteerism at The Landings. The recipients are those individuals who have gone above and beyond expectations to offer their time, talent, and expertise to a cause which benefits others.

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

The Landings is home to nearly 8,500 residents. Of this number, a small, but very significant cross-section, is renters.

Courtesy of Renovation Committee

Since its first meeting in June, the Renovation Committee has made significant progress in addressing focus group suggestions and requests.

Courtesy of Landings New Neighbors

Have you recently moved to The Landings? Are you a new neighbor looking to meet new friends? New Neighbors is a social group open to women and men who are new residents at The Landings. We provide an opportunity for members to develop friendships and enjoy a wide range of activities and social events. Our members come from all over the world. Visit our website (, or email  Milli ( to learn more about us!

Courtesy of Skidaway Hamiltons

The Skidaway Hamiltons and the Skidaway Abigails’ WAG (Women Advocating for Georgians) will hold a joint meeting at 7 p.m. on November 19 at the Messiah Lutheran Church to discuss the 155th Georgia General Assembly agenda.

This important second session of the 155th begins on January 13, 2020 (the first session lasted 40 days in early 2019). Four progressive issue experts will reveal what Georgia representatives, lobbyists, and concerned citizen groups are doing about these four advocacy issues:

Did you know The Landings has an average of 289,299 vehicle entries each month?

Since 2014, we have had more than 16 MILLION vehicle entries through our automated entry lanes!

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Vehicle Accident, Fire, Theft, and more!

Learn details about TLA/TLC Quarterly Meeting, Building and Grounds Department, and more!

Courtesy of Wine for Wheels

By Sean Burgess -
Public Works Director

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), in conjunction with The Landings Association, is preparing a management strategy to reduce the total population of coyotes in The Landings. The management plan will include additional culling methods that will take place over the next couple of months.