Welcome to the Covington Woods community, located in beautiful

Sugar Land, Texas. 

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City of Sugar Land News And Library Events

We've compiled news and event information from the City of Sugar Land and local library that we think are important to our community. Please

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Pay Your 2019

Assessment Online

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assessment online. 



Annual Meeting

The Covington Woods Homeowner Association, Inc. annual meeting will be held Tuesday, August 12, 2019 beginning at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be conducted at the Covington Woods clubhouse (next to the pool) located at 13743 Woodchester , Sugar Land, TX 77498 . Two 3-year positions are open for election. Mrs. Joanne Williams (Incumbent) and Mrs. Sherry Ziegner (Incumbent) will be running for election.

If you are interested in running for a position on the Board, please submit your request in writing by Monday July 1, 2019, providing your name, address, phone number and email address to Leticia Gomez lgomez@mascapi.com, Fax (713) 776-1777, or mail to Covington Woods Homeowner Association, Inc. c/o MASC Austin Properties, Inc., 945 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478

Each homeowner will be mailed the annual meeting notice July 15, 2019. We ask you to complete and mail, fax or email your completed proxy in time to reach our office no later than August 9, 2019. Your attendance at the meeting would void any proxy on record. By mailing the proxy in advance, you will be assured a voice in the event something unforeseen prevents your attendance.

Board of Directors meeting 

The next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for July, 8, 2019. Please click here for the agenda.

​​July awards: Yard of the Month
13811 Baytree - $50.00 Home Depot gift card

July Brite Spots
1226 Ashwood
13523 Brookhollow
13911 Fawnbrake
13502 Fernhill

Pool Tag Registration 

You can find the pool tag registration form on the website in the Documents section: (click here)

Yard of the Month Program

Beginning May 1st and extending through August 1st, homes will be selected each month to be
recognized for the efforts of homeowners who take pride in their homes and landscape. Winners will
receive a sign placed in the yard and bragging rights for the entire month. There will be one "Yard of the Month" and four "Brite Spots" each month. Judging criteria includes the overall appearance, tidiness and neatness of front of the property.

Do you know your City Council District?
Did you know that your City Council District may have changed? After the annexation of Greatwood and New Territory, some adjustments needed to made, which will be effective for the upcoming May 4th election! Learn more about the new districts from the Gnome:

What district are you in? Find out:  www.sugarlandtx.gov/KnowYourDistrict

​​You Leave It...They Thieve It

Click here for tips on avoiding car burglary from the City of Sugar Land.

Did You Know?  Did you know that we have a way to communicate with you via email? Please click on the Email Notifications tab (or click here) at the top menu to sign-up for email notifications! We'll add you to our list to receive email communications from the Board.

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Removing Mold From Your Home's Exterior: While there’s always the option of paying for someone to pressure-wash your home to remove mold, there is a fairly effective home remedy you can use to get rid of this problem. Mix the following household ingredients in a garden sprayer, which you can get for under $20, or find in your garage.  

1/3 cup powdered laundry detergent
2/3 powdered household cleaner
1 quart liquid laundry bleach
1 gallon of water

Double-check to ensure children and pets aren’t in the area, and wear some sort of safety mask. You may also want to cover your plants or other vegetation around the base of your home with drop cloths. These ingredients generally aren’t harsh to clean with, but can be dangerous if you are breathing, or ingesting the ingredients. Once you have the solution mixed, you will begin applying it to your siding. One gallon should cover a 10’ X 20’ area or a little further, depending on how liberal you are with it. Once you apply a good coat to your vinyl siding, let it stand for five to ten minutes. After this lapse in time, use your garden hose to rinse the siding off. If you don’t have a garden hose, thoroughly cleanse your garden sprayer and fill it with water to rinse the siding. Depending on the severity of mold, you may need to apply a second or third coat and repeat the steps already covered. Make mold old news and spruce up the exterior of your home!