By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager

February is the month of love, and all the hearts, flowers, chocolates, and treats in every store make it easy to think about the people (and even pets) that we love. While making plans to shower others with love this month, here are a few ways you can show Earth some love too:

  • Meal Plan - Making a meal plan and shopping according to the plan helps reduce food waste (which also helps your wallet) because you only purchase what is on the plan.
  • Compost Food Scraps - When preparing food, there often are pieces that are trimmed off, or sometimes you just can’t finish your plate. These items can be collected and mixed with grass clippings to begin a compost that later can be used to nourish your flower beds and gardens.
  • Park and go inside - When visiting fast food restaurants, banks, or other businesses that offer a drive-through option, rather than allowing your car to idle, needlessly sending emissions into the air, park and go inside.

The United States of America long has been called a melting pot of cultures, and it is not uncommon to hold on to one’s culture by speaking a native language at home, while living abroad.

The Agenda Packet for the January 28 Landings Association monthly Board Meeting has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking Board Agenda Packet. You must be logged in with your username and password to view this document.

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Reported Fire, Dog vs. Dog, and Suspicious Incident!

Learn details about BrightView Contractual Work, Georgia Power Street Light Project, TYMCO Sweeper Sale, and more!

By next week, residents should begin receiving their 2020 Assessment (Annual Property Owner Dues) Statements in the mail.

This is the annual property owner dues that funds both Operating and Capital Expenditures for The Landings Association.

By Ingrid Poppell -
Building and Grounds Manager

In November, we sent several communications to the community, which provided an overview of the new LED lighting options that Georgia Power currently has on the market. Two test lights were installed at the intersections of Landings Way South and Activity Drive and Westcross Road and Franklin Creek Road South. Staff encouraged the Board and community to evaluate the test lights and provide feedback. 

  • The first Budget Workshop of 2020 is set for January 27 at 6 p.m. in Delegal's Sunset Pavilion and will cover the Reserve Study results.
  • The Landings Association’s Finance Team, as well as representatives from Community Advisors, the firm that conducted the Reserve Study, will be on hand to answer questions on this evening
  • As with the previous Budget Workshops, this event will be live-streamed on The Landings Association’s Facebook Group. Follow this link to join the Association’s Facebook Group
By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager
  • Girls on the Run in The Landings is ready for an amazing spring season!
  • Registration is now open, and the program begins on Monday, February 10.
  • The program is open to all Landings young ladies in third through fifth grades.
  • We will meet at The Landings Association’s Athletic Fields on Mondays and Thursdays from 4 to 5:30 p.m. from February 10 until May 4.
  • To register, click here.
By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager
  • Regenerative Medicine Part I...What Is It?
  • Join us on January 30 at Delegal's Sunset Pavilion where Dr. Allen Meglin will share the answer to this question and more.
  • Meglin is a radiologist at St. Joseph's Candler who has been practicing interventional radiology for 30 years and currently is researching regenerative medicine.
  • This event is free to attend, but registration is required to help us adequately prepare. You may register using this link: