City of Largo Branding
Do you see the green leaf at the bottom? This represents sustainability and the foundation and growth of the organization and our community. Our beautiful parks and green spaces are highlighted here.
The blue represents public safety. Residents and businesses of Largo value a safe and attractive City, now and in the future. This places the roles of Police, Fire, Code and Planning personnel in a central position of importance.
The coral represents the organization's focus on Community Pride. This section highlights our desire to engage the diverse population of Largo businesses, residents, schools and visitors, all blending together to make our community unique and friendly.
The color palette above was chosen to give Largo a warm and welcoming energy, inviting individuals who are looking for a place to raise a family, start a business, or just relax in the beautiful sunshine - making Largo the community of choice, naturally!
The photo imagery reflects Largo's unique community values. The cherished green spaces, landscapes, and people captured in the golden glow of sunrise and sunset, exemplify the color palette of our brand and carries the warm Largo welcome.
CITY OF LARGO DOWNTOWN IDENTITY
The downtown district is positioned between two other future development areas, the Medical Arts District and the Parks District. This will increase overall mobility and connectivity in our community by establishing a corridor of activity that runs through the heart of Largo.
Engagement elements are points of interaction for visitors to our downtown. This can include wayfinding signs, art murals or even safety features. Our goal is to create engagement elements that provide clear navigation, are community focused and family friendly and are inclusive of our downtown community.
Hardscaping elements should focus on SMART technology which is functional, sustainable and focused on community safety as well as efficiencies. This can include shade structures, rest areas and other communal spaces that feature natural finishes and mixed materials.
Main City colors are used, but with the addition of the iconic Bench Green, as well as a Sunrise accent.
Brand elements for Downtown Largo should be representative of the overreaching City brand but remain unique enough to encompass the specific goals of this development district. This allows for an identity that supports the Strategic Plan and is easily identifiable by residents and businesses in the area.
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