Updated 9/5/2019 10:30 am EST

Allegro St. Augustine

St. Augustine has been cleared to return to the community starting on Thursday 9/5. The residents and associates that were evacuated to Crane’s View Lodge will start to return home. The residents that went home with families during the hurricane are currently making their plans to return to the community.

If you have any questions, please reach out to the community directly.

Updated 9/2/2019 8:18pm EST

Allegro St. Augustine

Residents and associates have arrived safety at Crane’s View Lodge. Thanks to all of our associates at Allegro St. Augustine and Crane’s View Lodge for making it a smooth transition.

Updated 9/2/2019 at 11:22am EST

Allegro St. Augustine

St. Augustine has received evacuation orders for Monday 9/2. They will be relocating to a sister community in Clermont, Florida (Cranes View Lodge), departing at 4pm EST on Monday, 9/2. Crane’s View Lodge is prepared to welcome residents and ensure their comfort and safety during the storm.

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

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.


As Hurricane Dorian 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.