News

Over the past several months, some Comcast Email Customers have informed The Landings Association that they continue to have problems receiving emails from the Association (webmaster@landings.org) or they receive the email days later.

Learn details about dredging in Landings Lagoons, the 2019 Community Paths Project, Building and Grounds Department Maintenance, Village Property Owners Association (POA), and more!

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, along with a special thanks to those who helped to make the recent Military Appreciation Day a huge succes!

Bennett Paving has been contracted to complete this year’s road repair and replacement project. The project will begin on April 15 in the Marshwood area of the community. If your road is scheduled to be repaved this year, you will receive a subsequent communication which will be placed in your mail tube.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

The Landings Association has organized a Town Hall Meeting for Wednesday, June 12 at 7 p.m., in Plantation Club’s Ballroom, to cover Hurricane Preparedness.

While you are making plans this month, don’t forget to check out the calendar listings on The Association’s Website (www.landings.org/calendar).

By Rick Cunningham

Our Osprey pair have returned again this year and have laid three eggs. The earliest egg is "due" to hatch around April 11, next Thursday. And of course it could be earlier, so if you want to see this event up close and personal, visit our site. The Landings Bird Cam is sponsored by Skidaway Audubon and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. 

Courtesy of the Public Works Department

There are so many beautiful, historical features located in The Landings – some of which go unseen or unnoticed.

By Linda Dillard - nanalin52@gmail.com
Skidaway Farms

As you visit Skidaway Farms, you will find it is clearly the place to be! All our farmers are busy raking, weeding, hoeing, amending their soil if they missed the annual compost sale, and most of all planting, planting, and more planting.

By Karen Feeney
Landings Dog Park Committee

Spring has sprung at The Landings Dog Park! Our flowers have started to grow, and we all look forward to a clean and pretty Park.