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

FALL FESTIVAL SET FOR OCTOBER 20th

 

Please join us for a Fall Festival on October 20th from 4-7pm at the Allegro House and grounds. We will have barbecue, drinks, games, pumpkin painting, live music, and fun with neighbors. Purchase your tickets in advance (KACPOA members only please), $10/prepaid includes food, drinks, and festivities by going online here.

 

You will need to pre-register for this event through the online Key Allegro Square site as we must have an accurate head count.

 

– Key Allegro Events Committee

NEW COMMUNITY MANUAL

 

The next regular KACPOA Board meeting will be held on Monday, September 10 at 8:30 a.m. at the Allegro House.  You can find the agenda here.

 

At this meeting, your board will review a draft of a new KACPOA Community Manual that will become a part of our governing documents. You can download a copy of the Community Manual. Our community’s rules and regulations are a catch–all for the things that aren’t covered in the Bylaws or CC&Rs. These are often the rules that might need revising over time due to changes in the community. For example, our HOA might have a rule that states the pool is only open from 7:00 a.m. until dusk. This rule would not be a part of the community’s CC&Rs because it might need to change seasonally.

 

Rules and Regulations can be changed by an HOA board vote with review by the members of the community. Traditionally, the Board will adopt a rule and then send a notice to membership who can review it. After a period of days, the board will review the comments and concerns of members, considering the members’ feedback in the final decision.

 

The Community Manual also contains the Bylawswhich is is a legal binding document that has been officially recorded and covers the “how” and established the structure of day-to-day governance. The KACPOA Bylaws were revised in 2016 and are included in this draft of the Community Manual.

 

All comments are welcomed by the membership of the KACPOA and should be emailed to parkie.luce@keyallegroisland.com, or mailed to KACPOA, 1809 Bay Shore Drive, Rockport, Texas 78382.

FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

 

We could not have made it happen without the hard work of Bonnie Carlise, Keitha Spiekerman and all the volunteers who put many long hours into the Fourth of July Celebration held at Blue Heron Park. From great music, to good food, to kids games and even the dunking booth, our owners were able to come out and enjoy what will definitely become an annual tradition on the island.

 

We would love your input about this event and future events. You can help us by filling out a survey here.

CANAL SUBMERGED DEBRIS CLEANUP COMPLETED

 

The FEMA funded canal submerged debris cleanup has been completed within the canals of Key Allegro. The barge grappled tons of debris from our canals.

 

  • It is safe to reinstall your underwater fishing lights. Please ensure they are installed per code requirement including a Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) connection for safety.
  • This was not a dredging event. The barge picked up large pieces of roof sections, refrigerators, air conditioner compressors, etc. There are still shingles and nails on the canal bottom. Swim at your own risk.
  • If you experience any problems with submerged debris or find items still under the water, please contact the Director of the Aransas County Environmental Health Department Valerie Gonzalez, at 361-790-0121.

 

If you have any other questions, please reach out to Chris Veatch at 361-557-4252  or chris.veatch@keyallegroisland.com.

Read Rockport Pilot Article

CAUTION ON KEY ALLEGRO BRIDGE

 

As you know, the bridge is limited to one lane on and off the island. New bridge designs are in the works, but it will be several months before we know a schedule for construction. It is our understanding that a temporary floating bridge will be staged once logistical plans are in place for demolition of the old bridge. Please use caution when entering and exiting the island.

Rockport Press Release

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
Properties Adjacent to a Canal (not on bay side): $92

 

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

Home on Canal: $2,963
Home Not on Canal: $2,252
Condominiums: $1,122
Properties Adjacent to a Canal (not on bay side): $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.

FALL FESTIVAL SET FOR OCTOBER 20th

 

Please join us for a Fall Festival on October 20th from 4-7pm at the Allegro House and grounds. We will have barbecue, drinks, games, pumpkin painting, live music, and fun with neighbors. Purchase your tickets in advance (KACPOA members only please), $10/prepaid includes food, drinks, and festivities by going online here.

 

You will need to pre-register for this event through the online Key Allegro Square site as we must have an accurate head count.

 

– Key Allegro Events Committee

 

NEW COMMUNITY MANUAL

 

The next regular KACPOA Board meeting will be held on Monday, September 10 at 8:30 a.m. at the Allegro House.  You can find the agenda here.

 

At this meeting, your board will review a draft of a new KACPOA Community Manual that will become a part of our governing documents. You can download a copy of the Community Manual. Our community’s rules and regulations are a catch–all for the things that aren’t covered in the Bylaws or CC&Rs. These are often the rules that might need revising over time due to changes in the community. For example, our HOA might have a rule that states the pool is only open from 7:00 a.m. until dusk. This rule would not be a part of the community’s CC&Rs because it might need to change seasonally.

 

Rules and Regulations can be changed by an HOA board vote with review by the members of the community. Traditionally, the Board will adopt a rule and then send a notice to membership who can review it. After a period of days, the board will review the comments and concerns of members, considering the members’ feedback in the final decision.

 

The Community Manual also contains the Bylawswhich is is a legal binding document that has been officially recorded and covers the “how” and established the structure of day-to-day governance. The KACPOA Bylaws were revised in 2016 and are included in this draft of the Community Manual.

 

All comments are welcomed by the membership of the KACPOA and should be emailed to parkie.luce@keyallegroisland.com, or mailed to KACPOA, 1809 Bay Shore Drive, Rockport, Texas 78382.

FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

 

We could not have made it happen without the hard work of Bonnie Carlise, Keitha Spiekerman and all the volunteers who put many long hours into the Fourth of July Celebration held at Blue Heron Park. From great music, to good food, to kids games and even the dunking booth, our owners were able to come out and enjoy what will definitely become an annual tradition on the island.

 

We would love your input about this event and future events. You can help us by filling out a survey here.

CANAL SUBMERGED DEBRIS CLEANUP COMPLETED

 

The FEMA funded canal submerged debris cleanup has been completed within the canals of Key Allegro. The barge grappled tons of debris from our canals.

 

  • It is safe to reinstall your underwater fishing lights. Please ensure they are installed per code requirement including a Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) connection for safety.
  • This was not a dredging event. The barge picked up large pieces of roof sections, refrigerators, air conditioner compressors, etc. There are still shingles and nails on the canal bottom. Swim at your own risk.
  • If you experience any problems with submerged debris or find items still under the water, please contact the Director of the Aransas County Environmental Health Department Valerie Gonzalez, at 361-790-0121.

 

If you have any other questions, please reach out to Chris Veatch at 361-557-4252  or chris.veatch@keyallegroisland.com.

Rockport Pilot Article

CAUTION ON KEY ALLEGRO BRIDGE

 

As you know, the bridge is limited to one lane on and off the island. New bridge designs are in the works, but it will be several months before we know a schedule for construction. It is our understanding that a temporary floating bridge will be staged once logistical plans are in place for demolition of the old bridge. Please use caution when entering and exiting the island.

Rockport Press Release

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
Properties Adjacent to a Canal (not on bay side): $92

 

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

Home on Canal: $2,963
Home Not on Canal: $2,252
Condominiums: $1,122
Properties Adjacent to a Canal (not on bay side): $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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