News

The tentative Agenda for The Landings Association’s December 17 Board Meeting can be accessed by clicking here.

Learn more about the incidents Landings Security Officers have been responding to recently, including Theft, Suspicious Incident, Vandalism, and more!

Learn details about Lagoon Bank Stabilization and Erosion Control, Community Path Safety Improvements, Storm Drain Repair and Maintenance, and more!

Chatham County has agreed to remove the advance warning rumble strips installed on Diamond Causeway, McWhorter Drive and Green Island Road. As of this time, Chatham County staff advise that their contractor hopes to begin this work (which involves grinding of the material from the roadways) next week. Please stay tuned as further details on the timing are provided.

By Amber Capps - amberc@landings.org
Executive Assistant to the Public Works Manager

Pursuant to a request by The Landings Association’s Board of Directors, a subcommittee of the Security Committee was formed to address the ongoing safety concerns on our community paths. Afterwards, the Safety subcommittee and Public Works Committee, in conjunction with Public Works and Security Staff, developed a design for specific areas of community paths that are highly traveled and have proposed safety concerns related to near misses and accidents.

The Budget Workshop previously scheduled for December 16 to cover Reserve Study results has been rescheduled for January 27. The Reserve Analyst has requested additional information regarding individual road project information to have a clearer picture of the funding needed to support the infrastructure needs. Landings Association staff are gathering the additional information needed for his analysis.

By Lynn Lewis - lynnl@landings.org
Communications Manager

The New Year always brings the much-anticipated Residential Directory to the mailbox of every Landings resident.

By Kristin Peney - kristinp@landings.org
Community Programs Manager

By Sarah Lucas
Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon

Sometimes, nature needs a little help.

Courtesy of L.O.V.E.

This school year, 160 Local Outreach Volunteer Educators (L.O.V.E.) are helping more than 300 children in 10 Savannah Title 1 schools. The program is so successful that the schools have asked us for more mentors.