Key Allegro Recovery

The island is looking better and better every day. Your Board of Directors and associated Committees are hard at work planning for the common area rebuild and assisting owners with their needs. We’ve put together this website as a resource you can use to help stay informed on the status of the Key Allegro community. We have also established a Information Center at the Allegro House located at 29 Mazatlan.

On this website you will find helpful links to Key Allegro deed restrictions, signup for email updates, download important forms regarding building permits, find information on security and contractors, and much more.

 

We have made great strides in the past several months to begin planning for the rebuild of the Island. Countless hours have been spent by the Board and owner volunteers. These efforts have helped clean up street debris, coordinate with FEMA on removal of structure debris, and worked with officials to begin the process of cleaning canals and waterways.

 

It will take many years to return us to normal. Yet we have full confidence with our strong Board and our supportive homeowners, we will rebuild Key Allegro greater than ever before.

Recent News

CAUTION ON KEY ALLEGRO BRIDGE

We’ve had an enormous amount of rain over the last 24 hours which has washed out the temporary bulkhead repair at the bridge and created a road washout on the north exit side. Please use caution when exiting and entering the island as emergency road and utility crews are working to repair the damage.

June 20 Update from Mayor Rios

The intense rains caused a breach in the temporary bulkhead at the Key Allegro Bridge and some damage to the street. These issues have been patched. City Council was scheduled to approve a FEMA-funded plan for the full repair of the bulkhead at the upcoming Tuesday meeting, but issued an emergency order today with work beginning immediately. For those who are wondering, the temporary work undertaken several months ago was a stop-gap measure until FEMA released funds for permanent repair. The City is meeting with representatives of FEMA and TxDOT tomorrow to assess the bridge.

Key Allegro Homeowners are invited to join us in celebrating our great country and those who have served on July 4th.

 

When: Wednesday, July 4, 9am- noon
Where: Blue Heron Park, Key Allegro

 

Come enjoy great food, music, games and neighbors! We will have a dunking booth, bounce houses, face painters, watermelon eating contest, raffles, and more.

 

Tickets will be provided for up to four people per household for food. Additional tickets may be purchased. Bring cash for donations for Bloody Mary & Mimosa Bar, dunking booth, and Key Allegro merchandise.

Buy Tickets
Buy T-Shirts

PAY THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENT AND ANNUAL DUES ONLINE

 

Online payments of the Special Assessment and 2018 Dues are now available. You can use a credit card or pay using ACH directly from your bank account. If a credit card is used, a 2% processing fee applies. There are no fees for ACH.

 

2018 Annual Dues (Due by June 30, 2018)

Home on Canal: $385
Home Not on Canal: $292
Condominiums: $145
Lot: $92.00

 

Special Assessment – Harvey (Due by September 30, 2018)

Home on Canal: $2,963
Home Not on Canal: $2,252
Condominiums: $1,122
Lot: $710

Online Payment

SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES

 

As we can, we will alert our homeowners to important info that you need to know. We will only use it for critical alerts.

 

Make sure to add info@keyallegroisland.com to your trusted email contact list. Your information will be kept confidential and only used for Key Allegro official correspondence.

The island is looking better and better every day. Your Board of Directors and associated Committees are hard at work planning for the common area rebuild and assisting owners with their needs. We’ve put together this website as a resource you can use to help stay informed on the status of the Key Allegro community. We have also established a Information Center at the Allegro House located at 29 Mazatlan.

 

Together, we will rebuild.

On this website you will find helpful links to Key Allegro deed restrictions, signup for email updates, download important forms regarding building permits,  find information on security and contractors, and much more.

 

We have made great strides in the past several months to begin planning for the rebuild of the Island. Countless hours have been spent by the Board and owner volunteers. These efforts have helped clean up street debris, coordinate with FEMA on removal of structure debris, and worked with officials to begin the process of cleaning canals and waterways.

 

It will take many years to return us to normal. Yet we have full confidence with our strong Board and our supportive homeowners, we will rebuild Key Allegro greater than ever before.

CAUTION ON  KEY ALLEGRO BRIDGE

We’ve had an enormous amount of rain over the last 24 hours which has washed out the temporary bulkhead repair at the bridge and created a road washout on the north exit side. Please use caution when exiting and entering the island as emergency road and utility crews are working to repair the damage.

June 20 Update from Mayor Rios

The intense rains caused a breach in the temporary bulkhead at the Key Allegro Bridge and some damage to the street. These issues have been patched. City Council was scheduled to approve a FEMA-funded plan for the full repair of the bulkhead at the upcoming Tuesday meeting, but issued an emergency order today with work beginning immediately. For those who are wondering, the temporary work undertaken several months ago was a stop-gap measure until FEMA released funds for permanent repair. The City is meeting with representatives of FEMA and TxDOT tomorrow to assess the bridge.

Key Allegro Homeowners are invited to join us in celebrating our great country and those who have served on July 4th.

 

When: Wednesday, July 4, 9am- noon
Where: Blue Heron Park, Key Allegro

 

Come enjoy great food, music, games and neighbors! We will have a dunking booth, bounce houses, face painters, watermelon eating contest, raffles, and more.

 

Tickets will be provided for up to four people per household for food. Additional tickets may be purchased. Bring cash for donations for Bloody Mary & Mimosa Bar, dunking booth, and Key Allegro merchandise.

Buy Tickets
Buy T-Shirts

PAY THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENT AND ANNUAL DUES ONLINE

 

Online payments of the Special Assessment and 2018 Dues are now available. You can use a credit card or pay using ACH directly from your bank account. If a credit card is used, a 2% processing fee applies. There are no fees for ACH.

 

2018 Annual Dues (Due by June 30, 2018)

Home on Canal: $385
Home Not on Canal: $292
Condominiums: $145
Lot: $92.00

 

Special Assessment – Harvey (Due by September 30, 2018)

Home on Canal: $2,963
Home Not on Canal: $2,252
Condominiums: $1,122
Lot: $710

Online Payment

SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES

 

As we can, we will alert our homeowners to important info that you need to know. We will only use it for critical alerts.

 

Make sure to add info@keyallegroisland.com to your trusted email contact list. Your information will be kept confidential and only used for Key Allegro official correspondence.

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