News

Did you know that in the United States the average person uses between 80 to 100 gallons of water per day?

Be on the lookout next week for an email from the EMG Group, an independent research firm that is conducting the next Landings Association Community Survey.

Find out answers to topics raised at the June 26 Landings Association’s Board Meeting and learn how you now can Live Stream the monthly meetings.

By Shari Haldeman - sharih@landings.org
General Manager/COO, The Landings Association

Dear Residents,

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including a gas leak, fire, vehicle accident, and vandalism.

Learn details about 2019 Community Path Project, 2019 Road Repair Project, Storm Drain Maintenance, Deer Creek Gate Irrigation Main Line Repair, and more!

By Rory Jose - roryj@landings.org
Marinas Director

Because 71% of the Earth is covered in water, some may wonder why we should conserve this natural resource. Did you know that 97 percent of all water on Earth is saltwater?

Courtesy of Landings Security

Have you heard about the upcoming Community Path Safety Drop-In Forum at TLA (600 Landings Way South) on July 2 from 4 to 6 p.m.? 

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

Meeting the needs of residents in a timely manner always has been a top priority at The Landings Association. But just like any other business, there are extremely busy times that make quick service a challenge.

Although the number of walk-in customers at The Landings Association varies from day-to-day, it is pretty much a constant that things will be extremely busy during the morning hours, according to Community Relations Representatives Toni Grant, Ashley Lloyd, and Sabrina McDowell.

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has informed The Landings Association that restriping from Pin Point Community to the Skidaway Narrows Bridge will continue, weather permitting, tomorrow (October 31) through Friday (November 2)  from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

According to GDOT, it would be cost prohibitive to conduct this work during night hours, and because workers are painting some areas of the road by hand, they need light for accuracy and safety.

Please plan ahead, expect delays, and proceed with caution in and around the work area.