Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Beginning Monday (February 20), Bennett Paving will start Phase 1 of the resurfacing (milling and paving) of Yam Gandy Road. 
  • Phase 1 includes the resurfacing of Yam Gandy Road from Landings Way South (north entrance) to Southerland Road (North Entrance). 
  • Barring any weather, plant, or mechanical delays, Phase 1 is anticipated to be completed in six days.
By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager
  • Ever wonder what specific projects your Annual Dues dollars are helping to support?
  • Well, wonder no more, as now The Landings Association will mark the spot of these Capital Projects with special signage. 
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • Several residents reported being scammed by unsolicited pine straw vendor(s).
  • On February 9, Landings Security received a report regarding a hit and run incident at The Village intersection.
  • On February 11, Landings Security responded to the Delegal Creek Marina area for a reported water leak.
  • On February 10, Landings Security responded to a report of a suspicious person walking on the 5th hole of the Marshwood golf course and carrying a flashlight with a red light.
  • On February 8, Landings Security recovered an abandoned bicycle with two flat tires.
  • Landings Security works diligently with Chatham County Police Department (CCPD), Chatham County District Attorney’s Office, Juvenile Courts, and Chatham Animal Services to keep residents apprised of cases.
  • The Appeals Committee heard an appeal regarding the repeated offense of golf cart registration numbers being altered and a $200 fine.
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Bennett Paving performed an emergency road repair on the inbound lane of Westcross Road between Sparnel Road and Tarrow Ridge Road on Thursday.
  • Last year, TLA entered a three-year contract with BrightView to continue the landscape services for the Association for 2022-2024.
  • BrightView continued working on the annual maintenance on the marsh outfall structures along Landings Way South this week.
  • Bennett Paving completed paving Breakfast Court, Nathanael Lane, and Gumtree Lane this week and are scheduled to start the first phase of milling and paving of Yam Gandy Road next week.
Courtesy of TLA's Community Development Department
  • Staff performed routine inspections in Phase II this week. Follow-up and requested inspections were conducted throughout the island. 
  • This week, five properties were contacted regarding a violation of the Private Property Maintenance Standards, and five properties were contacted to provide courtesy education regarding property maintenance standards.
  • The demolition and removal of the N, P, and R racks are scheduled to be completed Friday, February 17.
  • Georgia Department of Natural Resources 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.
  • The Landings Harbor Store will continue the “Sweetheart of a Sale” until the end of February.
  • The Landings Harbor Marina dry storage is at full capacity.
  • Last Saturday, a pipe burst on Marina Drive, shutting off water to homes and to the Sunset Pavilion.

Members are reminded that the 2023 Annual Property Owner Dues (Assessment) is due by March 1, 2023. Late fees will be assessed after April 1.

The monthly/quarterly payment options require you to fill out the Preauthorized Payment Service Authorization Homeowner ACH Debit Transfer. Additionally, a voided check is required. The deadline to register for the monthly and quarterly options is February 21, 2023

  • 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. 
  • The Landings Association's 2022 Annual Report has been posted.
  • It provides audited financial statements, an overview of 2022, as well as a preview of major projects for 2023.
  • You can view this document by clicking 2022 Annual Report
By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager
  • The 2023 Landings Residential Directory has begun hitting mailboxes.
  • Due to the bulk mail status of the publication, the United States Postal Service will deliver through February until all households receive their initial copy. However, the post office will not forward the Directory.
  • All property owners are entitled to two copies of the book.
  • The first book will arrive via mail, and the second issue is available for pickup at The Landings Association’s Office (600 Landings Way South) during normal business hours (Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
  • Copies of the Directory beyond the two courtesy editions (one mailed, and one picked up) can be purchased for $5 each.