Learn details about Annual Fire Extinquisher Inspection, Seasonal Island Cleanup, Fat Friar's Tree Removal, and more!

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

More than 30 residents attended The Landings Association's first Budget Workshop at Delegal Creek Marina on October 16 at 6 p.m.

Director of Budget, Planning & Analysis Dianne Talcott presented the Budget Process and was followed by Assistant General Manager Karl Stephens, who presented the Budget Overview.

By Bill Campbell -
Construction Manager

Root intrusions live underneath our community’s roads and paths, many times going unnoticed for months or even years.

By Tim Cook -
Security Director

Thankfully, we made it through the heart of hurricane season unscathed. Although we had a close call with Hurricane Dorian, we remained safe. It now is time to turn our attention to our physical, identity, and financial safety during the holidays. During the holiday season, busy people can become careless and susceptible to theft and other crimes. Remember to keep your wits about you and utilize common security practices such as the following:

By Rick Cunningham
Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Skidaway Audubon’s Landings Bird Cam project has been a hit with viewers from around the world since its inception in 2014. Two cameras were placed near a bald eagle’s nest, which was 75’ up in a tree in the Plantation area of the community. The cameras were placed to stream two different views of all the action in the nest. It wasn’t known at the time, but the tree was under attack by pine bark beetles, and it died about a year later, slowly dropping all seven of the large limbs that contained the nest bowl.

Courtesy of Friends of Skidaway Audubon

On November 7, Friends of Skidaway Audubon has invited Maria Vaughan from CORCOMPOST to inform us of the benefits of composting as well as how to have a successful compost project in your backyard.

CORCOMPOST is Savannah’s newest food waste alternative, providing an environmental approach to waste management. Currently, they do not offer residential service but do provide weekly service for restaurants, schools, and businesses.

By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager

Kids aren’t the only ones who go trick-or treating! Join us on Saturday, October 26 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Kids’ Fishing Lagoon (located behind the Fire Station at the intersection of Log Landing and Westcross roads) to learn how birds go trick-or- treating every day to find their food. We’ll even make some bird feeders to take home to deter birds from finding the remnants that might get dropped from our human Halloween adventures (this activity involves handling peanut butter).

The official day for trick-or-treating at The Landings will be Thursday, October 31. As well, the official hours for trick-or-treating are from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

   Below are some safety tips:

22nd Annual Chili Cookoff
Courtesy of Kiwanis Club of Skidaway

Join your friends and neighbors on November 2 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Landings Harbor Marina for the 22nd Annual Kiwanis Club of Skidaway Chili Cookoff.

The cost of advance tickets is $10 and $12 on the day of the event. The event will include more than 10 vendors, and you get to judge the chili, which will range from hot and spicy to tame and mild. Hot dogs also will be available. There will be activities for children, including a bounce house, magicians, petting zoo, and more. Children age eight and under attend free!

Courtesy of Rotary Club of Skidaway