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


  • October 28, 2014

    Homeowner’s General meeting will be Tuesday October 28, 2014 at 7pm.

  • Holidays Are Approaching

    Halloween – It is a Friday night this year.  We will once again have the CPD block vehicular traffic at both entrances and have two officers patrolling.  If you plan to have guests please give them an invite to get thru the blockades. Signs will be places at each entrance stating the following:

                      Welcome to Covington Point, “trick or treat” until 9pm. 
         Thank you and please take all trash with you

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    Christmas - We would like to once again try for Christmas Luminaries.  If you are interested please go to the website select ‘CONTACTS’ on the right.  At bottom of page please fill in info, location is your address, in the body state how many dozen luminaries you would like and select send.  If you don’t have internet access, please call RPM with your info/request. Cost to be determined, but should be approximately $4 per doz.  It would be great to have all of Covington Point in lights and volunteers to help light the way for Santa.



  • Property Manager Update

    The Board, representing the Homeowners of Covington Point, is very pleased with what RPM has accomplished over the past 18 months.  CPHA continues to make progress, with the assistance of RPM, in decreasing the number of delinquent accounts.  There is money in the bank and we are starting to make improvements. 

    The Gazebo has been repaired, we have purchased new tables and chairs for the clubhouse and new pool furniture.

    Estimates/bids will be acquired for the following:
    ~Improve Low spot and place proper
      drainage from west side of sidewalk to
      east wooded lot
    ~Pressure washing the clubhouse
    ~Repairs to NW corner of building
    ~Replace/repair/paint exterior door and
      hardware to Bathroom hall
    ~Paint clubhouse: maintain pale yellow,
      dark green shutters, change back and
      front outside ceilings to pale blue.    ~Possibly replace Widows Walk
    ~New fixtures, lights and upgrades to both
      BR, including pai
    ~Paint or replace front and back doors
      and hardware
    ~Windows, replacing and changing back
      plate glass windows to mullioned windows
    ~Change kitchen cabinets, look into
       requirements if a cooktop is added
    ~Add 3 can lights to each soffit in kitchen
    ~Paint interior of clubhouse, put up mantel
    ~Exterior lights, fans x 2

    RPM is working with CLECO to repair/straighten our street lights.  The schedule has been set by CLECO…one light every 4-6 weeks.

    The major ditches are also slated for clearing.


  • 2015 Proposed Changes

    CPHA Plans to move to Quarterly Billing as of the first of the year, 1/1/2015.  ACH will be instituted, as it is more economical for the CPHA. Statement will be mailed Quarterly

    A homeowner who is delinquent for more than 3 months will receive notices and will lose clubhouse/pool privileges. 

    If a Senior Citizen becomes delinquent for more than 3 months that homeowner will then be assessed the full amount that regular homeowners pay, dues and late fees will apply.  The only way for a Senior Citizen to regain Senior Citizen status is to maintain good standing for a 12 month period.

    There are no plans to change dues for the coming year


  • June 16, 2014

    Dear Homeowners,

    It has come to the Boards attention that there has been activity in the fenced pool area after the designated hours posted on the gate. The pool hours are posted and must be followed. If anyone is in the fenced area at night, they MUST exit by the latest posted time. If anyone is found to be using the pool outside of the posted hours, it will be considered trespassing. Pool privileges will be revoked.

    The CHPA Board

  • March 26, 2014

    HOA Meeting, 7:30pm for election of Board Members


  • Help to beautify Covington Point one yard at a time!

    Garden of the Month recipients will receive a $30 gift certificate to Cedar Hill Nursery in Covington. Happy Gardening!


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