By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

As fall election season approaches, residents are reminded that political signs in the community strictly are prohibited. This includes signs on residential and common property.

The Landings, like many other planned residential communities, has Covenants and Rules and Regulations in place to protect property values, maintain uniformity, and ensure the beauty and security expected by homeowners remain top quality.

By Lee Maine -
Utilities, Inc.

More than 1,000 of your neighbors now track their water usage in real time. Do you?

No one knows your water usage like you do. Luckily, there is an app that makes tracking water usage as easy as 1-2-3!

The Eye on Water app/website allows you to take control of your water consumption, so there are no surprises when your bill arrives. Visit the website ( or download the app from the store of your Apple or Android smartphone. Create a login and enter your account number located on your water bill.

By Lynn Lewis -
Communications Manager

As you travel the island this summer in your golf cart, don’t forget about Georgia’s new law to prevent distracted driving.

The Landings Association confirmed with the Chatham County Police Department that this new law applies to golf carts as well as other motorized vehicles. It mandates that drivers can’t hold cell phones or place cell phones on their laps while driving. Texting and watching videos also is prohibited. Only voice-controlled technology is allowed to make or receive calls in your car or golf cart in Georgia.

By Rory Jose
Marinas Director

The Landings Association and Carefree at The Landings invite you to attend the 2018 Marina Day on August 4 at Landings Harbor Marina from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By Kristin Peney -
Community Programs Manager

Boats, fish, crabs - oh my! The Landings Harbor Annual Family Fishing Tournament is scheduled for August 4 with the addition of a Family Crabbing competition!

A Captain’s meeting and cookout will be held Friday, August 3, at 6 p.m. at Landings Harbor to kick off the fun for the entire family and go over the rules for the tournament.

Did you know that approximately 10,000 vehicles enter The Landings each day?

By Mark Winters -

Is it the marsh, the wildlife, the salt air, and the warm breezes that attract many visitors to our coastal communities?

By Doug Painter ( and Pat Brooks (
Courtesy of CCA

Throughout the summer months, students from the Savannah area had the opportunity to spend some time in a different type of classroom.

Courtesy of L.O.V.E.

During the last school year, Local Outreach Volunteer Educators (L.O.V.E.) mentors helped more than 250 children in the Savannah Title 1 schools.

Courtesy of Landings Landlovers

Chairs Needed for the Following Activities for 2018-19