Community Path Maintenance on Landings Way North from Tidewater Way to Wiley Bottom Road

By Amber Capps -
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 first phase of the project (test area) is the path located on Landings Way North from Tidewater Way to Wiley Bottom Road. The safety improvements will include the modification of concrete curves, addition of path signage, path striping, and the removal of trees where the additional concrete will be poured to widen the paths. In-house staff began removing the trees along the path this week.

The remainder of the project will begin on Monday, December 9. During this maintenance, the path will be closed to all traffic, including walkers, cyclists, and golf carts.

During this maintenance on the path, please utilize alternate routes. Golf carts and other traffic traveling northbound will use the Tidewater Way path to Wiley Bottom Road and continue to Landings Way North towards the Dog Park. All those traveling southbound from the Marshwood Club area will use the path from Landings Way North to Wiley Bottom South and Tidewater Way to Landings Way South. Detour signage will be placed along the route. Barring any unforeseen issues (e.g., inclement weather), the project is anticipated to be completed by Friday, December 13.

Should you have any questions about the project, please email Public Works Construction Manager Bill Campbell ( Thank you in advance for your patience and support of the Public Works Department as we continue to improve the infrastructure located throughout the community.

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