Community Updates (Hurricane Irma)

All communities are fully restored, and the residents are enjoying being home.

As our communities resume normal, day-to-day life after Hurricane Irma, we celebrate our Allegro family. These men and women stepped up to the plate to ensure that our residents were safe and comforted during a stressful situation brought on by the storm. They embraced each resident, and each other, as if they were family. Hurricane Irma may have brought dark clouds our way, but the dedication and commitment of our associates shone through brightly.


Updated 9/13 at 8:29 EST

Allegro Fleming Island

Power is fully restored at Fleming Island and the community is no longer relying on generator power. If you have any questions about loved ones, You can reach the community at 904-278-4442. Residents are happy to be home.


Updated 9/13 at 1:28 pm EST

Allegro St. Augustine

St. Augustine residents will return to the community today (9/13).  The community is operating under full electric service and ready to welcome residents back home. For residents who are staying with family, we kindly request that you call the community at 904-460-9100 and arrange a time to return to your residence.


Updated 9/12 at 2:18 pm EST

Allegro Fleming Island

Fleming Island residents will be returning to the community on 9/12, which is now cleared by county officials for a safe return.

For residents who are staying with family, we kindly request that you call and schedule a time on Wednesday 9/13 (or after) to return to your residence. You can reach the community at 904-278-4442.

Allegro Fleming Island is fully functional but is still relying on generator power in parts of the community. We appreciate your support and patience as we slowly resume normal day-to-day life in the community.


Updated 9/11 at 9:06 pm EST

Allegro Tallahassee, Allegro Tarpon and Renaissance have had power restored, and are no longer relying on generator power. The phones lines are down at Renaissance; however, you can reach our emergency line at 314-512-8511 for updates on loved ones. Once phone lines are fully restored at Renaissance, we will update you here as soon as possible. Rest assured, residents are comfortable and doing well at each community despite the challenges of the storm.


Updated 9/11 at 1:20 pm EST

Allegro Fleming Island Update

Fleming Island residents will remain securely at Renaissance until it is safe to return to the Fleming Island community. Associates will also stay put to ensure that residents receive ongoing care by familiar faces. AMC is waiting for authorization from Clay County to inspect the Fleming Island community before a return date is determined. Updates on local county conditions can be found on the Clay County’s Facebook page here.

Allegro St. Augustine Update

St. Augustine residents will remain securely at Crane’s View Lodge until it is safe to return to the St. Augustine community. Associates will also stay put to ensure that residents receive ongoing care by familiar faces. Local bridges in St. Augustine are closed without an anticipated time of reopening. AMC is waiting for authorization from St. Johns County to inspect the St. Augustine community before a return date can be determined. Updates on local county conditions can be found on the St. Johns County Government Connection’s Facebook page here.


Updated 9/10 at 4:16 pm EST

Currently, all Allegro Management Company (AMC) communities have continued power and have not experienced any flooding or wind damage. Our hurricane preparedness plans are in place, and our communities are equipped for potential challenges from the storm. Our dedicated associates are trained and ready to provide ongoing care to residents during the storm. As the hurricane makes an impact over the next 48 hours, we will monitor potential threats carefully and continue to post real-time status updates here.

If you have any questions, please reach out to your community directly or call our emergency line at 314-512-8511 for updates.


Updated 9/9 at 2:10 pm EST

Allegro Tarpon Springs Update

Allegro located in Tarpon Springs will be sheltering in place for the time being. The community is prepared with food, water and fuel for generators. The safety of our residents and associates will remain our number one priority. We are monitoring the storms closely and have plans in place for evacuation if needed. We will post updates as they come. Please reach out to the community at 727-943-8878 if you have any questions.

If you are unable to reach a community, an emergency line has been set up at 314-512-8511 for updates.


Updated 9/9 at 9:47 am EST

The following communities have been evacuated to ensure the safety and well-being of our residents and associates.  Further information will be shared as it becomes available.

Allegro St. Augustine Update

Allegro located in St. Augustine has relocated to our community in Clermont, Florida (Crane’s View Lodge) on 9/8. Crane’s View Lodge can be reached at 352-241-7960 if you have specific questions about a loved one. You can also email Betty Herendeen, Executive Director, with any questions at bherendeen@allegroliving.com.

Allegro Fleming Island Update

Allegro located in Fleming Island has relocated to our community in Tampa, Florida (Renaissance) on 9/8. Renaissance can be reached at 813-386-1145 if you have specific questions about a loved one. You can also email Amanda King, Executive Director, with any questions at aking@allegroliving.com.

If you are unable to reach a community, an emergency line has been set up at 314-512-8511 for updates.


As Hurricane Irma approaches, the safety of our residents and associates are our focus and priority.

Our teams are busy putting precautions in place to make sure we are prepared. Our hurricane preparations checklist includes the following:

  • Resident and associate meetings have been held to communicate safety plans.
  • Communities are equipped with disaster food supplies.
  • Our teams have purchased extra emergency lighting.
  • Care staff will assist assisted living residents with obtaining a supply of medications. The community will remind independent living residents to get their prescriptions filled.
  • Communities are equipped with an adequate water supply for drinking and personal use.
  • Outdoor furniture has been secured.
  • Vacant apartments/common areas/offices have been prepared for associates and their families.

Please contact your local community for specific information and inquiries. We will continue to post updates as they come.