Welcome to Our Subdivision!

Covington Point: Where neighbors are more like family than friends. Welcome to the relaxed atmosphere of clean country living with access to the “Big Easy” just a short drive across Lake Pontchatrain. Covington Point subdivision was originally developed in 1986 as a quaint community of Victorian style cottages that has grown into our community of today with approximately 187 homes.

Covington Point Homeowners Association, a non-profit corporation, is a community dedicated to promoting and directing the general welfare of the residents and property owners, for the betterment and improvement of Covington Point Subdivision.


Latest News


Message from Mayor Mike Cooper about the Road Improvements:


I would like to advise you that we will begin to mill and overlay all of the streets in the Covington Point neighborhood, beginning work as early as tomorrow November 2. This work is being done as a part of our 2016 Road Improvement Project for which funding was approved in our current Capital Budget. The work will involve milling (removing) the top layer of existing blacktop/asphalt and applying a new layer of asphalt. The work will take several weeks and your patience during this time of construction will be appreciated.

Please share this with residents of Covington Point. Should you have questions of if I may be of further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


Mike Cooper


Proposed Amendments to Restrictive Covenants - Click here for more information. Click here to view orginal convenants.


  • GOM for September 2013 was 105 St. George Circle, David & Julie Ricketts.
  • GOM for October 2013 was Paul Monies, 108 St. Williams Circle.
  • GOM for November 2013 was Merry Crider, 118 Sumner
  • GOM for December, 2013 was 709 Covington Point Drive, John and Anne Kienzle.

This is a reminder that the distinction for winning the GOM in the placement of the GOM sign. Due to current budgetary constraints we are no longer able to offer any monetary/dues gifting.


Notice of New Property Manager

Contact Renaissance Property Managementfor Dues payment and questions, covenant violations, architecture control issues, clubhouse rentals, any other subdivision issue or question.

Tel: (985) 624-2900


Pool News

Card Key Access

1. We will continues to swap out card key as needed (contact Renaissance) if you become delinquent after it is issued, you key access will be turned off.
2. Access – Please follow the stated times allowed for pool use. This can and will be monitored by the card key system.
3. Do not allow anyone in whose cards are not functional…there is a reason for this!

Pool Card Key Swap Out
If you have not already received a new card key in 2011 from the CPHA or Renaissance, and you are in need of a new card, please contact Renaissance to make arrangement to have that done. There are a limited number of people who can issue cards and we have made several opportunities to offer card swaps to all homeowners as convenient as possible. Moving forward the card swaps will be done at a mutually convenient time for the homeowner and the card issuer.
Thank You.

Please keep an eye out for problems when at the pool.

Please keep an eye out for problems when at the pool. We are experiencing some issues with unsupervised children and pets at the pool. If you see this or any other violation of pool rules, please report it. Report Link

CPHA Pool Rules view