WELCOME TO THE FONTAINEBLEAU WEBSITE
Take a look around to find a wealth of information about our neighborhood.   Pool information, clubhouse reservations, a list of board and block captains and more.  Check out documents for budgets, association minutes and access to online payments for dues, etc.   There is a bulletin board for neighbors to post announcements and a dedicated lost and found page for pets.   Be sure to update your directory listing to ensure that you will receive all e-mails with the latest news.
 
If you need log in information or have any questions, please contact us at info@fpoaonline.com   
 
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING OF FPOA
MAY 18, 7:00, Clubhouse
 
A detailed packet will be mailed to each household with instructions for approving a quorum to authorize the meeting, a ballot of applicants for open board positions and approval of changes to the covenants regarding landscaping and property maintenance.  Please be on the lookout for this packet.  Your vote is important.     PLEASE RETURN ALL DOCUMENTS BY MAY 16.  More information will also be e-mailed and posted on Facebook.
 
Why do do we need to amend the covenants?   This explanation outlines why the covenant amendments are needed and provides some visual examples.
 
View Contents of the Meeting Packet below:
Please return all documents by May 16. 
 
MEETING NOTICE WITH INFO ABOUT STEPS TO TAKE AND INFORMATION TO VOTE ON
 
 
AUTHORIZE THE BUSINESS MEETING TO GO FORWARD.   This is critical.  33% of FPOA members  (a quorum) must vote in favor of holding the meeting.  Even if you don't go to the meeting, please sign this document and send it in by May 16. 
 
PROPOSED COVENANT AMENDMENTS  This is the legal language that must be approved by 51% of residents in order to amend the covenants.  Even if you do not attend the meeting please review this and provide your vote. 
 
BALLOT OF NOMINEES FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS   Read the bios and select two directors
 
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POOL OPENS APRIL 8
Monday's noon to 9 pm (closed in the am for cleaning)
Tues - Sunday 8 am to 9 pm
See here for Rules and Regulations and for info about keys
 
Representative Paul Hollis Threatening to Remove Property Values Protection of Homeowner Associations
Read the details of House Bill 9 (HB9) and find out what you can do to fight this. 
 
QUARTERLY FPOA BOARD/RESIDENT MEETING
February 16 - MINUTES HERE
 
 
Updated Fines for Covenant Violations (updated as of Feb. 1, 2022) 
 
The appearance and aesthetic quality of each home is vital in the protection, preservation and promotion of our property values. In order to best ensure this quality, enforcement of existing covenants and regulations is necessary. Our local realtors support this mission as they understand the importance to property value enhancement. However, violations do occur and applicable fines have been updated.    
 
Please be  aware that ALL exterior property modifications/changes/replacements must be approved by the FPOA Architectural Control Committee. This includes, but is not limited to, tree cutting, painting, fences, sheds, major landscaping changes, driveway extensions, roofing (even replacements), etc.
Property modifications made without FACC approval are subject to significant fines. Modification Request Applications  should be  submitted to GNO Property Management and approved in a very timely manner by the FACC. Modification work should not be scheduled until FACC approval is received. 
 
While most homeowners adhere to the covenants and regulations, there have been numerous violations recently.   Please see the updated FPOA violation fine schedule here.
 
Continuing to live in a beautiful, safe neighborhood where property values are protected and increased is the goal. We appreciate your cooperation and commitment to Fontainebleau. 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our Neighborhood

Fontainebleau is a wonderful neighborhood in the heart of Mandeville, with more green spaces and amenities than most comparable subdivisions in the area.

Established in 1992, Fontainebleau is conveniently located just five minutes from the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway and close to schools, shopping and hospitals. There are 243 homes in the neighborhood including families and retirees. The amenities and recreational spaces are some of the best in the area.