The tentative Agenda for The Landings Association’s June Board Meeting can be accessed by clicking here.

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including an alleged assault, DUI, Accident, and Scam.

Learn details about 2019 Community Path Project, 2019 Road Repair Project, 2019 Mailbox and Sign Painting Program, 2019 Gate Replacement - North Gate, and more!

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

More than 120 residents turned out on June 12 for The Landings Association’s Annual Hurricane Town Hall Meeting at Plantation Club.

The Landings Association held a Hurricane Town Hall Meeting on June 12 in Plantation Club's Ballroom to cover Hurricane Preparedness. Chatham Emergency Management Agency's Community Outreach Specialist Chelsea Sawyer shared these tips to help residents begin preparing for Hurricane Season 2019.

By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager

Join us at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 20 at Delegal Creek Marina for Sunset Sips featuring the University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography's Elizabeth Harvey.

Courtesy of CCPD

   As you are traveling for work or play this summer, be certain to keep your vehicle safe from break-ins.

   According to the Chatham County Police Department, entering vehicles to steal is a crime of opportunity. This act officially is known by the police as larceny, and it often can be prevented.

   Following are four methods to avoid being a victim of larceny.

By Sean Burgess -
Interim Public Works Director

With the onset of summer, it is important to remember to inspect your turf on a regular basis for insect activity. The Landings Association’s Public Works staff have noticed an increase in insect activity in the irrigated turfed areas of the community.

The primary insects causing this damage are mole crickets and chinch bugs. As summer sets in, we also will start to see an increase in fall armyworms. A successful turf management program requires regular inspections of your yard to address these insects before they can do large amounts of damage.

Did you know The Landings Association's Public Works and Community Development departments use two types of tape to mark trees located on residential property?

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

   Are you taking advantage of the social calendar feature on The Landings Association’s website ( to submit your group’s upcoming events?

   Don’t miss out on this great feature that is as easy as 1-2-3! Remember, you must be logged in to use this feature (login with your primary email address that The Landings Association has on file for you and your gate pass PIN).