Community Updates During COVID-19 

Landscaping Reminder 

COVID-19 has all of us off of our regular schedules and struggling to keep up as we adjust to the new normal created by this pandemic. 

Remember, now is a great time to get your yards in tip-top shape as you responsibly practice social-distancing. If you don’t do your own landscape maintenance, it is a good time to call your landscaper to discuss what you’d like addressed the next time they service your property.  Delaying landscape maintenance not only will cost you more in the long-run, but it is a violation of The Landings Association’s Private Property Maintenance Standards (PPMS) and could result in a violation. 

To learn more about the PPMS, including the required height of grass, and other landscaping standards, click here. To learn facts about The Landings’ PPMS process, click here.   

Aluminum Can Recycle Trailer Moved to Back Parking Lot of Presbyterian Church 

The Troop 57 Aluminum Can Recycle Trailer has been moved from the Landings Recycling Center to the rear parking lot of the Presbyterian Church (50 Diamond Causeway). The Boy Scouts thank the community for their support over the years through this recycling program. All proceeds support local Scouting. 

Landings Security and Public Works Continue Working Onsite for You 

Although some departments within The Landings Association are working remotely during this time of COVID-19, Landings Security and Public Works remain onsite working to do business as usual. Under Governor Brian Kemp’s Executive Order, effective April 3, Landings Security and Public Works remain “essential critical infrastructure workforce”. 

Postponements, Cancellations, and other COVID-19 Information 

As a courtesy for our residents, The Landings Association is maintaining a running list of postponed, cancelled, and community updates shared with us by our island partners and on-island clubs and organizations on our website ( To request your event changes and information be added to this list, please email When submitting an event, please make sure to include the name of the event, the rescheduled date, time, and place, and a contact email for your group for more information. 

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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