News

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Golf Cart Complaints and Suspicious Incidents.

Learn details about the 2020 Road Repair and Replacement Project, 2020 Community Path Program, and more. 

The Landings Association will re-open to walk-in traffic on Monday, June 1. In keeping with social distancing mandates and to continue to help flatten the curve of COVID-19, those employees who can perform their work remotely will continue teleworking. However, all employees will continue to be accessible by phone and email during normal business hours (Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

The following message is courtesy of CEMA and the Coastal Health District

By Carey Ruppert - cruppert@chathamems.org
Chief, Southside Division

Propane Storage Container Update

Most of the propane storage containers on Skidaway Island and those most people are familiar with, are the portable 20-pound propane storage bottles used as a fuel source for gas grills. There is a second type of propane storage tank that usually contains larger quantities of propane and can be situated either aboveground or buried. My focus in this article is on buried propane tanks.

By Tim Cook - timc@landings.org
Director of Security

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed significant increase in community path use. Unfortunately, with increased usage, we also have had an increase in the number of complaints received. It appears that, despite our best efforts, some individuals still are not playing nice on the community paths.

Courtesy of The Landings Club

Ronald McDonald House Food Drive: Help us take action against hunger! Ronald McDonald House Charities has teamed up with Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia to feed local families in need. Through Friday (May 29), drop off can food donations and more at the Club's Operations Office (71 Green Island Road). 

Courtesy of the Market at 3 West Ridge

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 2020 Market shopping boutique and plant sale raised $57,000 that was divided equally between two local programs that work with abused and neglected children -- Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center (CCAC). Although the pandemic prevented our parish from presenting the checks in a joyful service in late April, know that these funds were very much appreciated.

Next Wednesday (May 27) afternoon, you can watch history being made from the comfort of your own home as SpaceX launches its first manned capsule.