• The Agenda Packet for the February 28 Landings Association monthly Board Meeting has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking Board Agenda Packet.
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  • This meeting will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel (
  • The Landings Association’s Annual Meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at 7 p.m., in the Palmetto Ballroom.
  • Please make a point to attend, as The Landings Association will report on the financial results from the past year as well as a look ahead for 2023.
  • We will discuss the required Annual Dues for the next three years in advance of the vote that begins next month. 
Courtesy of TLA's Finance Department

Members are reminded that March 1 is the deadline to pay your Annual Property Owner Dues (Assessment). Late fees will be assessed after April 1.

You can pay in full ($2,270/lot) with cash or check (payable to The Landings Association), mail your payment, pay online through PayLease, or drop payments off at The Landings Association's Administration office (600 Landings Way South). Hours of operation for the Association are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. For your convenience, there is a dropbox located outside of the Administration office (600 Landings Way South).

Courtesy of Landings Public Works

Beginning Monday (February 27), Bennett Paving will start Phase 2 of the resurfacing (milling and paving) of Yam Gandy Road.  Phase 2 will include the resurfacing of Yam Gandy Road from Landings Way South (South Entrance) to Southerland Road (South Entrance). Barring any weather, plant, or mechanical delays, Phase 2 is anticipated to be completed in six days. During this time, access will be limited. However local vehicular traffic (e.g., residents, mail delivery, and emergency vehicles) will be permitted to drive on the milled surface until the paving process begins.   

Courtesy of Landings Security
  • On February 19, Landings Security was notified by several residents in the Mainsail Crossing area of what appeared to be juveniles knocking on doors, trying doorknobs, and in some cases shouting they needed medical assistance and then running away
  • On February 18, Landings Security responded to TLA’s parking lot for damage to a basketball hoop and backboard.
  • On February 21, Michael’s Roofing was cited for displaying an unauthorized vendor sign.
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • On Tuesday, Public Works staff and the Coastal Communications Management team met to develop a plan for staging their operations crew and equipment.
  • The Deer Creek (McWhorter) Automatic Gate was closed for part of the day on Tuesday and Wednesday to allow Remote Technology adequate time to work on the remaining issues associated with the gate access equipment.
  • On Monday, Bennett Paving began milling and paving Phase one of Yam Gandy Road (Landings Way South (north entrance) to Southerland Road (north Entrance).
Courtesy of TLA's Community Development Department
  • Phase II this week. Follow-up and requested inspections were conducted throughout the island. 
  • This week, four properties were contacted regarding a violation of the Private Property Maintenance Standards, and six properties were contacted to provide courtesy education regarding property maintenance standards.
  • The dry rack demolition for the Dry Rack Storage Project has been completed, and the old foundations are in the process of being removed. The next step will be to construct new foundations and grade beams for the new building.
  • Georgia Department of Natural Resources has issued a research and monitoring permit to study the effects of a bubbler curtain deployed in the entrance to the enclosed basin over a two-year period.
  • Last call to take advantage of the “Sweetheart of a Sale,” ending February 28. Shop the 40% off clearance rack and select specially priced items.
  • A new flavor of Leopold’s single serve cups has just arrived -- Cookies!
  • Frostbite Race #5 was held last weekend. It was one long race in windy conditions with 15 boats racing.
  • Markers #1 and #2 that mark the entrance to Delegal Creek have been replaced, with #4 and the "No Wake Zone" markers to follow soon. 
  • Click here to view a monthly snapshot of what some of your Landings Association departments have been working on recently.