By Lynn Lewis - 
Communications Manager 
  • Do you want to share your opinion on a topic of interest with your neighbors and friends and gather their feedback?
  • If you answered yes, then the discussion forum on The Landings Association’s website is the perfect platform for you!
  • You must be logged into the website to view or post to this members-only area of the website. Then select the category that best fits what you wish to discuss. While participants are encouraged to speak freely, it is important to note that the forum is monitored, and attacks on individuals, bullying, profanity and inappropriate posts will be removed. Anonymity and the sales of goods and services also are prohibited. 
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Summer is right around the corner which means we are starting to run our irrigation systems more frequently. 
  • Please be cognizant of the Georgia watering restrictions below, especially since Chatham County is at a deficit for rainfall this year.
  • There were 25 newly reported cases and zero reported deaths this week in the 31411 zip code.
  • The second COVID-19 Booster is available at Village Walk Pharmacy. 
  • If interested in a booster, please visit to make an appointment. Patients can print the consent form found on the website. Please bring the form and your Medicare Card with you to your appointment.  
  • Village Walk Pharmacy is located at the corner of Lake Street and Village Walk (1 Skidaway Village Walk) in the center of The Village. For more information, please call 912-598-8669
  • Share your article, video, and social media post suggestions with our team. 
  • Email us at to share your thoughts. 
  • Tickets are sold out for the 50th Anniversary Landings Night at the Ballpark on June 25. However, your Association has worked with the Savannah Bananas to organize a second event on July 16 at 7 p.m.
  • You don’t want to miss this evening when the Savannah Bananas take on the Florence Flamingos.
By Richard Burke
  • Today, the vast majority of Landings residents living in the Marshwood or Palmetto neighborhoods enter and exit the community via the Main Gate.
  • But the 1983 announcement that this gate was to be built became a very contentious issue! There were 1,020 homes in Marshwood and only a handful in Palmetto.
  • Was it fair to make Marshwood residents bear the brunt of the $25,000 in incremental cost required to operate one 24-hour and one 12-hour gate?
  • At the 1983 TLA Annual Meeting, Branigar presented a rationale that not only carried the day, but amused a previously skeptical crowd.
  • Find more 50th Anniversary news, events, and more on our 50th Anniversary Webpage.  
  • It’s The Landings’ 50th Anniversary, and part of the fun of celebrating is looking at all the positive changes over the years. 
  • Have you ever wondered what year the street you live on was paved? Well, wonder no more!
  • Click here to view a video showing the year the roads in the community were paved, along with a map for easy visualization.
Courtesy of Kiwanis Club of Skidaway
  • Kiwanis Club of Skidaway has developed Show Our Colors.
  • The organization currently has 1,250 families displaying Flag Sets in their yards and hallways all over the island.
  • To join the program, visit or email
Courtesy of First Tee Savannah
Green for Greens to raise funds for youth programming and scholarships
  • First Tee Savannah, part of a national, nonprofit organization that seamlessly integrates the game of golf with a life skills curriculum, is partnering with Front Door Produce this summer to raise funds for its youth programs and scholarships.
  • The fundraiser, Green for Greens, offers local residents the opportunity to purchase a box of seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables from farms in Southern Georgia, picked two days before delivery. Each box costs $30, and First Tee receives a portion of the proceeds to support its year-round youth development programs and camps.
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • On Tuesday, May 31, Security responded to Hathaway Lane for a report of a suspicious incident which occurred the previous evening.
  • The complainant advised that a vehicle had followed her through the Marshwood Gate and through the neighborhood.
  • Upon arriving home, the vehicle pulled into her neighbor’s driveway. After she entered her home, the vehicle then pulled into her driveway, sat for a few minutes, and left.
  • Officers identified the vehicle using ABDi’s entry logs and attempted to make contact with the owner but had negative results. Officers will continue trying to make contact with the vehicle’s owner.