Courtesy of TLC
  • Join your neighbors on July 4, starting at 5 p.m., for The Landings Clubs'  Fourth of July Celebration on the Deer Creek Driving Range for great food, music, and family activities!
  • This event is open to all residents; you do not have to be a Club member to attend.
  • The Landings Association pays for a portion of the Fireworks for this evening.
  • All activities will require a wristband and waiver signed by a guardian.
  • The waiver booth will be located at the front of the driving range in front of a large American flag. Activities will include everything from fair rides to a rock-climbing wall, a foam pit, and waterslides, so a bathing suit and towel are suggested.
  • The July 16 Landings Night at the Ballpark is sold out.
  • If you purchased tickets for this event, remember the game begins at 7 p.m.
  • On this evening, the Savannah Bananas take on the Florence Flamingos.


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Courtesy of Chatham County Police Department

Chatham County Police Department has partnered with Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity to host a Teddy Bear Drive now until July 9. There will be boxes located at all three Chatham County Police Precincts (West Chatham, Islands Precinct, and Whitefield Precinct), Bible Baptist Church (Skidway Road), and Kingdom Life Church (West Montgomery Crossroads). We are asking the community to please donate new and gently used stuffed animals to serve as an instant comfort to kids in unbearable situations.

  • The Agenda Packet for the June Landings Association monthly Board Meeting has been posted. It can be accessed by clicking Board Agenda Packet.
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  • This meeting will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel (
Courtesy of Landings Security
  • On Friday, June 17, Security spoke with an individual regarding a theft from a residence on Buckhead Lane.
  • The individual advised two individuals entered his in-laws' home, stole checkbooks, and wrote checks worth thousands of dollars to themselves. It is believed the individuals were invited into the home by an authorized vendor associated with the residence.
  • At the time of the report, it was unknown if any other items were missing. A report was filed with Chatham County Police Department (CCPD), and they are investigating.
Courtesy of Landings Public Works
  • Staff and contractors continued to work in Tidewater Square this week in preparation for the installation of sod which will take place within the next couple of weeks.
  • Southeast Pipe began working on Phase 2 of the storm drain lining process on Chatuchee Crossing this week.
  • This phase is part of the 2022 capital project that was approved by the Board earlier this year and is anticipated to be completed by the end of July (due to a supply backorder).
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, three properties were contacted regarding a violation of the Private Property Maintenance Standards, and two properties were contacted to provide courtesy education regarding property maintenance standards.
  • Staff continued to work on replacing the sacrificial anodes on the seawall during low tide. The anodes protect the aluminum wall panels from electrolysis and require replacement about every two to three years.
  • The Marina Staff replaced the VHF radio antenna for the marina ship’s store after the original antenna was lost during a recent storm.
  • If you are ever in need of a life jacket, we do have a variety of donated sizes on hand to borrow. We want you to keep everyone safe while out on the water.


By Judy Monaco –
Landings Association Board Nominating Committee Chair
  • It is that time of year again for The Landings Association (TLA) to accept nominations for the 2023 Board of Directors.
  • Last year,  we had a phenomenal amount of interest, and our committee had the difficult task of narrowing down some very qualified residents to the six who would ultimately run. I am happy to say that many of the others went on to join TLA committees.
  • Serving on the Board is a commitment and a responsibility, but it also is very fulfilling work.
  • The good news is, as an active member of the Board, you still will have plenty of time to enjoy the Landings lifestyle. In fact, one of our current board members holds a full-time job, and two of us run consulting businesses, yet we have time for TLA-related business and leisure activities.
  • The deadline for applications is July 11.