Landings Association’s New Athletic Field Complex Committee Seeks Members

The Landings Association is seeking property owners to serve on a newly formed Athletic Field Complex Committee to help plan the future of the Athletic Field Complex located adjacent to the Association’s Administration Building (600 Landings Way South). It is common on any given day to see gatherings of families, teams, and groups engaged in a wide variety of activities at the Complex, including soccer, softball (youth and adult), and birthday parties. In addition to the playground area (including swings and climbing equipment), the complex includes an athletic field, a softball diamond, a basketball court, two shuffleboard courts, picnic tables, spectator benches, and a restroom facility. The Athletic Field Complex is one of the most frequently used Landings Association amenities by all age groups. Some residents, the Association’s Board, and staff agree it is long-overdue for this facility to receive some attention after having encountered setbacks along the road to improvement. The setbacks included natural disasters, including a tornado and two hurricanes, as well as a failed 3-year Assessment vote. To ensure that the scope of proposed improvements for the Athletic Field Complex is consistent with the needs and desires of the community, a new Committee is being created to develop a vision for the facility and a plan for any improvements beyond basic replacement, related costs and a schedule for implementation, any necessary phasing, as well as milestones for the project. The Committee will function as a subcommittee to the Public Works Committee and report its progress monthly at the Public Works Committee Meeting. The Athletic Field Complex Committee will meet on the last Thursday of each month, a week in advance of the Public Works Committee Meeting. If you are interested in serving on this Committee to help shape the future of the Association’s Athletic Field Complex, please fill out a membership application for consideration online at by June 30. If you are interested in the recent history of the Complex, please click here.

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