On Tuesday, June 18 at 4:45pm, City leadership, staff and community members joined together to raise the Pride flag, in celebration of the unique attributes and perspectives of all individuals that make up our diversity community.
The City of Largo is honored to announce that the City's very own Sustainability Coordinator, Laura Thomas, is a recipient of the 2018 Sierra Club of Florida Osprey Award! This award is presented for extraordinary effort by a governmental official to promote or effect changes in policy or practice to protect or preserve Florida's environment.
Are you interested in being a food vendor or sponsor or have a silent auction item to donate? The City of Largo is currently looking for those interested in contributing to the 2019 Largo Taste Fest event.
The Pinellas County Fertilizer Ban is in effect from June 1 through September 30, strictly prohibiting the sale or use of most lawn and landscape fertilizers as they contain Nitrogen and Phosphorous. These nutrients can wash from our yards into the Gulf or Bay when it rains, harming local wildlife and plants and even contribute to harmful algae blooms.
Should City Hall move to downtown Largo? The exciting possibilities of reconstructing City Hall as a mixed-use building in Downtown was unofficially supported by City Commission at the 2019 Commission Retreat.
The awards keep coming! The City of Largo Communications & Marketing team is honored to announce the winning of two exciting awards from The Tampa Bay Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) at its 4th Annual PRestige Awards on November 8.
Largo’s vision and brand has made its mark in the world of City-County Communicators and Marketers for ongoing community engagement, creativity and consistency. At the October 16, 2018 Largo City Commission Meeting, Commissioners were presented with three Savvy Awards and a highly-acclaimed 3CMA Diamond Award for the Largo brand and website.