Today at the Landings: 80 °F


Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Weather permitting, beginning Monday (June 14), Bennett Paving is scheduled to begin milling Landings Way North (LWN) from Tidewater Way to Bartram Road. Please note that Landings Way North at Tidewater Way will be closed to through traffic. Both lanes of Landings Way North will be milled and paved. However, only one lane will be closed at a time. Barring any weather or asphalt plant delays, we anticipate the entire project to take approximately one week to complete.

Residents on Deer Run and Landings Way North

The June 17 Architectural Review Committee (ARC) Meeting Agenda has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking June 17 ARC Virtual Meeting Agenda

NOTE: This is a virtual meeting. In-person attendance is not permitted.

The Coastal Health District no longer is reporting the cumulative number of COVID-19 cases by Zip Code. You still can view this archived area of the health department's website, by clicking here

To view the most current data and charts, to include vaccination data, weekly testing numbers, statewide data, and more, click here

The following information is courtesy of the Georgia Department of Public Health Coastal Health District

By Lynn Lewis - 
Communications Manager 

The Landings Association has organized a Town Hall Meeting for Wednesday, June 16 at 7 p.m., in Palmetto Club’s ballroom to cover Hurricane Preparedness. The Club’s COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed during this meeting. As these protocols are rapidly changing due to the latest advice from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, please watch for more details closer to the meeting date. 

By Lynn Lewis - 
Communications Manager 

If you wish to make changes to your Landings Residential Directory listing, please do so by June 14 at 5 p.m. to be included in the 2021 Landings Residential Directory Addendum. 

In our continued efforts to streamline processes and maintain efficiency, the 2021 Residential Directory Addendum will be included in the July edition of The Landings Journal. Additionally, it will be placed on The Landings Association’s website. 

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

Alligators are large, wild animals with very basic instincts, the most basic of which is to eat. But for your safety and that of the animal, NEVER FEED ALLIGATORS.

According to USDA Wildlife Biologist Jonathan Smith, alligators who have been fed lose their fear of people. These alligators eventually will need to be destroyed because of their lack of fear. In fact, in some states, including Georgia, it is illegal to feed alligators. This crime is punishable by a fine and or imprisonment.

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

Your Landings Association has organized two Landings Nights at the Ball Park for 2021. This year, for your convenience, you can purchase tickets from the comfort of your own home.

Courtesy Of The Landings Company

Don't miss The Landings Company's Lawn Party on June 17, from 6 to 9 p.m., at The Landings Harbor Picnic area.




By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

The beauty of nature and a sense of security are perhaps the first things people think of when they describe life at The Landings. However, the amenities offered at The Landings are unsurpassed by most residential communities and are available to every resident. 

One such amenity is the Landings Harbor picnic area. This area, located adjacent to a picturesque backdrop of the Wilmington River, is equipped with tables and grills, and is reserved on a first come, first-served basis.