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.learn more
Rental & Booking
The newly renovated CPHA clubhouse is approximately 2300 sq. ft. with vinyl plank floors, and an open floor plan. There is a decorative fireplace (No fires please), open beamed ceiling, and windows along the back wall. There are front and back entrances and a third entrance via the bathroom hallway exit. Our clubhouse offers separate male and female restrooms newly renovated, which must remain available to members at all times.learn more
Pool, Tennis Court & Play Set
Rules and Regulations
Welcome to Covington Point! The following rules and regulations apply to all homeowners and renters to insure a SAFE, FUN, and ENJOYABLE club environment. Please read and review with your family as everyone is responsible for the enforcement of these rules and regulations. Thank you very much for your anticipated cooperation. If you have any questions, please contact the Renaissance Property Manager at 985-624-2900.learn more
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Well, This Is Nice
Covington … one of the coolest cities in America : ) Well, This is Nice Local resident Carol Lapari asked, "What happened to the city's Christmas stars in front of the old courthouse?" Patrons at Del...
Let’s Light the Way…AGAIN!!!
Last year’s Christmas luminaries were a resounding success! We had most of our wonderful subdivision lighting the way for Santa!
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Bring your household hazardous waste items to one of Saint Tammany parish is household hazardous waste collection days for safe disposal. This will be a contactless, drive-through event, accommodating passenger vehicles only. Containers must be 5 gallons or last. Dry paint may be placed in your residential trash. Any items deemed unsafe or on a Delta fireball by staff will not be accepted. No trailers allowed.
Tennis Court & Baby Pool Update
The rainy first half of the year has delayed several proposed projects. Then Ida hit…delays are an understatement; the added drainage ditch has really helped to keep water off of the tennis courts. The tennis courts have been cleaned and as soon as there are a few sunny days we hope to get the basketball half court painted onto the court nearest to the clubhouse. The goal and 3 of the new benches along with the standard covers for the tennis court net will be added to prevent any accidents. This court was chosen for lighting and video camera coverage.
We are getting there. Eventually we will get the west and north sides of the tennis courts cleared out and add more lights to the west court.
The baby pool will be drained and resurfaced during the month of October…weather permitting.
Each of you have inquired about the long-awaited Collins Blvd widening project.
This State DOTD project encompasses a new bridge/overpass, a series of new roundabouts, and
widening of Collins Blvd (US Hwy 190) from Front St by The Chimes to the intersection at LA Hwy 25.
It will be accomplished in four (4) phases, hopefully completed by the end of this decade. Here is the
breakdown of phases with project numbers and descriptions:
State Project Number H.001344, US 190: LA437 – US 190 BUS (PH 1). Project consists of the 0.85
miles of widening to 4 lanes of US 190 between LA 437 to US190B including construction of a new
bridge over the Bogue Falaya River.
The project environmental, surveying, preliminary design, right-ofway maps have been completed by LADOTD. Final plans are 98% complete and LADOTD currently has the project scheduled for a letting date of March 9, 2022
In July, the CPHA Board asked ALL homeowners to update their pool card key information of the 187 homes that Covington Point has there were less than 30 responses at that them. The second request went out with the first quarter statements in April as the Spring 2020 Newsletter. There were only 15 responses to that request.
At this time, ALL card key access is off related to the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are following state guidelines as to when we will reopen the pool facilities. Furniture, attendance, and bathroom clean guidelines must be determined prior to the opening of the facilities.
Below is the info copied from the 1st quarter newsletter. ONLY those 15 who replied after the 1st quarter statements/newsletter DO NOT need to resubmit their info. All other homeowners MUST reply to have card key access turned back on.
Pool Card Key System Update
We will utilize this pool down time for updating the card key system. ALL card keys have been turned off.
To have your card key reactivated please send a message to email@example.com with the following information: 1. HO Name 2. Address 3. contact number 4. the numbers on your pool card key. If you do not have access to email, please call the RPM office at 985-624-2900.
This map was provided to the CPHA Board in early March of this year. But the Board started this endeavor back in May of 2020. At that time there was an outdated map that didn’t even show the drainage on the west end of the subdivision.
We worked with the city and parish to get all drainage in and around Covington Point cleared and flowing. The red color marks drainage that the City of Covington is responsible for. The yellow color marks the drainage that the Parish of St. Tammany is responsible for.
Now that the drainage is clear, an annual maintenance schedule has been put in place. If there is a particular problem that a homeowner notices, please reach out the the appropriate entities.
Please remember to remove your recycling cart/bin from the curb once it has been serviced. If your recycling cart/bin is at the curb on your scheduled garbage day, it will be dumped with the garbage. No plastic bags or glass.
REFIT is a cardio-dance fitness format that engages the whole person: Body, Mind and Soul. In this hour-long fitness class, participants find easy to learn movements, inspiring music, and a family-friendly environment for all ages. REFIT at Covington Point is free and open to residents of our neighborhood. Kids are welcome to work out with us or come and sit on electronic devices while we work out. We will meet on Tuesday nights at 6pm in the clubhouse. REFIT will start Tuesday, 9/21!
We hope to see you there!
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