Landfall’s community center, which doubles as a storm shelter for the 300 mobile homes, acts as a gathering point for the city. “Well, officially it’s a storm shelter,” explains Edward Shukle, City Administrator. “But we don’t have as many storms as the Southern part of the United States, so generally what we see is that it’s used for parties and receptions and different events.” Residents book the community center with parties, receptions, events, cinco de mayo celebrations, baptisms, weddings, and an annual holiday party hosted by the city. City elections are also found here. The center has a full kitchen and seats up to 175 people, or about one-fourth of the city’s population.