Dear Landings Association Members,

A successful vote on the Annual Dues would maintain the following operational service levels:

  • Mowing and center island maintenance
  • Street sweeping
  • Lagoon treatments
  • Cleaning of facilities
  • Sign and mailbox repainting
  • Street restriping
  • Security Response Time
  • Security Welfare Checks
  • Security Vacation Property Checks

A successful vote also would maintain such capital assets as the following:

  • Playground equipment, Marsh Tower, McWhorter bridge, Islands of Deer Creek bridge, lagoon bridges
  • Monument signs, directional signs
  • Security cameras, sliding security gates
  • Picnic tables, other outdoor seating

To learn more about the Annual Dues Proposal, visit

Courtesy of Landings Security

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently. 

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about new Environmental Manager Dillon Till (pictured at right), Deer Creek Gate Equipment Replacement, Small Dog Park Improvements, and more. 

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

NOTE: This is a virtual meeting. In-person attendance is not permitted as we practice social distancing as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDD) to help flatten the curve of COVID-19.

Courtesy of The Landings Company

The Landings Company is looking for a few, great homes to support its Discovery Visit Program. To learn more, click here

The cumulative number of COVID-19 cases for Skidaway Island is 120 positive test results. 

The Association will be reporting the number of cases in the 31411 zip code (includes all of Skidaway Island) each Friday in E-news. If you would like to monitor the data more frequently, please go to the Health District website (

By Lynn Lewis - 
Communications Manager 

Does this conservation thing really work? Like anything in life, there are successes and failures, but the success stories seem to outnumber the failures in this regard. 

One example that is near and dear to those of us in The Landings is the Bald Eagle. The use of the chemical DDT along with hunting had depleted the population to a mere 487 mating pairs across the contiguous U.S. in 1963 (USFWS, 2007). It is estimated that when the nation was founded, there were as many as 100,000 nesting pairs of Bald Eagles. 

This dramatic devastation to the Bald Eagle population allowed for its placement on the Endangered Species List. Once protected, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners were able to supplement the population recovery by implementing captive breeding programs and reintroduction techniques. The ban of DDT and increased regulation of air and water quality also were instrumental in reviving the Bald Eagle population. In 2007, the Bald Eagle was able to be removed from the Endangered and Threatened Species Lists, as there were nearly 10,000 documented mating pairs at that time (USFWS, 2007). 

USFWS. (2007). Bald Eagle Fact Sheet. Retrieved from 

Did you know now is the perfect time for you and your pooch to try out The Landings Dog Park to see if it is a good fit for your social life? From September 1 through December each year, the rate drops to $15 per dog.

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Every cloud does indeed have a silver lining.

Courtesy of The Landings Club

The following message is courtesy of The Landings Club and was sent to Landings Club Members earlier this week. 

Dear Landings Club Member-Owners,