Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Learn details about Storm Drain Failure, the 2020 Community Path Project, Annual Marina Fuel Line Testing, and more. 

By Sean Burgess -
Public Works Director

Due to the the onset of warmer weather, The Landings Association has received several calls regarding an increased amount of snake sightings. Please make sure you use caution when frequenting natural areas and take a look at the article below for tips on how to identify types of snakes in our area and the best way to handle possible interactions with them.

Courtesy of TLCo

In these times of uncertainty, we find that real estate questions develop, and sometimes anecdotal evidence is passed along as the answer. Given that a number of questions have been raised about sales in The Landings during the pandemic, we thought it timely to provide the most up-to-date information available.

According to local MLS data, 96 homes closed through April 30 of this year. That is up 13% from the 85 sold last year at this time. The Landings Company represented 66% of the sellers and 50% of the buyers of those homes.

By Lynn Lewis - 
Communications Manager 

From its stately oak trees and majestic pines to the soothing waters of the Intracoastal Waterway and fresh and brackish water lagoons to the beautiful and exotic wildlife that roam free, the Landings community is quite the island paradise. 

By Sean Burgess - 
Public Works Director 

Rabies is a viral disease found in mammals throughout the United States. Although rabies can affect humans, it largely is a disease that exists and spreads among wildlife species. 

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon 

When the pandemic preempted Skidaway Audubon’s May 11 “FUNdraiser” golf tournament, the determined group of volunteers got crafty. 

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon 

It’s springtime, and Mother Nature has a long to-do list for Skidaway Audubon volunteers. There are gardens to tend, turtle eggs to rescue, baby birds to count, and much more! 

This week we have a literal window to the world to share with you - a live-streamed view of Earth from the International Space Station (


Today (May 8, 2020) marks the 75th anniversary of V-E Day, when World War II came to an end in Europe. In the United States, V-E Day commemorations will honor the 16 million Americans who served during the war. Please join The Landings Association in saluting our residents who are WW2 veterans. Thank you for your service!