Security Update 

By Tim Cook - 
Security Director

Thank you for the feedback we received regarding the proposed update to our existing Rules and Regulations. Staff are in the process of documenting the feedback and will present it to the Security Committee, Governance Committee, and ultimately the Board of Directors.

As mentioned in last month’s newsletter, Moffatt & Nichol is in the process of completing a traffic engineering study with a focus on the following areas:

  • Speed limits
  • Intersection Analysis
  • Signage
  • Road Markings
  • The Landings Association’s Rules and Regulations directly related to traffic.

Recently, we hosted a resident drop-in session in The Landings Association’s office (600 Landings Way South). The purpose of the meeting was to gather with residents and obtain information and suggestions to make the streets safer within the aforementioned scope of the study. If you couldn’t make the drop-in, please fill out this comment card and email it to Please put Landings Association Engineering and Traffic Study in the email subject line.

I live in Pooler, and my neighborhood has seen an increase in thefts from unlocked vehicles. We’ve had a few instances reported within The Landings as well, so please secure your valuables and lock your doors (both home and auto). As a reminder, solicitation is not allowed in The Landings, and if you have someone soliciting at your home, please call 912-598-1982, option 2. Especially if they are trying to sell you pine straw, and preferably before any verbal agreement is made or while they are in the process of laying down the pine straw.

Traffic stats collected from the radar trailer placed adjacent to the community path along Landings Way North have been recorded. Click here to view the stats. We will dedicate resources to address the speeding issue identified from this data in the very near future. In accordance with Rules and Regulations H.5., the speed limit on all community paths is 18 MPH unless otherwise specified.   

As I began preparing for our internal budget reviews, I was intrigued by staffing levels since 2019. Hiring, training, and retaining staff simply has not been the same since COVID-19. Please help me attract and retain staff members by showing your appreciation to our staff and embracing all they add to our community. As most of you can imagine, my troops do not have an easy job. Help us retain them by showing your appreciation and practicing common courtesy. Be someone’s positive difference every day.

Stay well,
























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