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 Pontchartrain. 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.


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In an effort to maintain recycling services to all residents and to maintain current rates, Coastal Environmental Services is changing the City of Covington’s recycling schedule.  All recycling will now be picked up on Thursdays citywide. Glass will no longer be included in the recycling plan.

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Introduction of those nominated via Newsletter/Proxy

  • Dale Bratschi
  • Heather Grimm
  • Ruby Swords
  • Previous Board members, Jeff Boudreaux, Kyle Beerbohem, Kevin Lozier and Micha Mondor do not wish to run again at this time.

Nominations of Board Members from the floor

  • Approximately 25-30 homeowners present
  • Ken Oleson nominated, he declined
  • Edward Dufilho nominated, he accepted
  • Marlene Temento nominated, she accepted
  • Chad Davis nominated, he accepted

Election of Board Members
-   Brief description of duties explained by current Board members

    • A good deal of business will be conducted via email and text
    • How the Board works with the property manager
    • The guidelines that are set up fir the property manager to with within
    • Reports that Board members receive from Property Manager
    • To be held to the highest standard of accountability and be in compliance with all covenants and by-laws and follow
    • Required two signatures for both accounts, brief overview
  • Voting took place and 6 Board members were elected via on site

     votes and by proxy:

    • Dale Bratschi
    • Chad Davis
    • Edward Dufilho
    • Heather Grimm
    • Ruby Swords
    • Marlene Temento
  • Plans for a Board member meeting as soon as a date can be determined
  • Physical key and card keys will be distributed then
  • Email address and website

All homeowners were brought up to date regarding the CPHA lawsuit and the outcome. Brief discussion held regarding this matter


State of the HOA Report
         -    review of annual and monthly budgets 2019
         -    Balance sheet
         -    Revenue & Expenses
         -    Questions asked and answered to the best of current Boards ability w/o input from the Property Manager who was absent due to unexpected personal commitment.  Further explanation to come at Board meeting


Floor Opened, topics introduced:

  • Possible dues increase in 2020 aligned with cost of living
  • proposed move to complete electronic communications
    • email
    • billing
    • newsletters
  •  Drainage issues discussed in and around the neighborhood
  •  Revisit seeking approval of previously rewritten Restrictive Covenants

"Please read to refresh yourselves on the pool rules"

***Pool is NOT part of clubhouse rental***



CPHA Construction update:

It has been longer than expected (what construction job happens on time and without surprises) but we are nearly finished with the CPHA updates. There are only minor punch list items that remain to be completed.  The pool officially opened on May 1 and the play set is in the process of being constructed. We opted to open the pool while the construction of the play set is ongoing so…



The renovations to the clubhouse were extensive.

The renovations to the clubhouse were extensive and the main issue that arose was the sinking of the previously covered over sunken pit in front of the fire place.  This added an additional expense but was an issue that could no longer be put off.  There will be a full accounting of all expenses soon. 
The following projects were completed during the closure of the facilities since closed in October:
1.    new hardy board exterior
2.    new tempered glass windows
3.    all new exterior doors, new front door with sidelights
4.    new aluminum columns front and back
5.    new and additional lighting, LED interior and exterior
6.    new kitchen, cabinets, appliances
7.    additional LED lighting throughout inside
8.    new paint throughout interior and exterior
9.    bathroom upgrades, toilets, sink, fixtures, countertops, additional lighting
10.  new vinyl plank flooring throughout interior
11.  move, repair, replace fencing and gate access to back yard
12.  new sidewalks and drainage improvements in front and back yards
13.  upgrade large pool pump and garbage area enclosure
14.  elevation of sections of pool deck and Deck over applied to all of pool deck surface
15. new sod where needed
Homeowners will continue to notice more improvements.  We plan to continue keeping this important asset current and up to date which will positively affect every homeowner’s property value.

Coming soon:
1.   play set in back yard
2.   fence enclosure around A/C condensers and baby pool pump
3.  new camera system



Debit/Credit Card Payment Option Now Available for CPHA

The credit/debit card payment option is now active for Covington Point. The homeowner will pay a 2.95% convenience fee. Each homeowner will need their account number to use the system. This information will be sent to each homeowner in a letter with the July quarterly billing. Please contact Melissa at Renaissance Property Management if you have any questions regarding this matter.




Proposed Amendments to Restrictive Covenants - Click here for more information. Click here to view original covenants.



Property Management

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

Tel: (985) 624-2900




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!


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