The City of Largo's mission is to "provide superior services that inspire community pride." The priorities reflected in the 2023 Federal Legislative Action Agenda for the City of Largo reflect this mission and are intended to protect, promote, and benefit City-wide initiatives that are important to our residents and businesses. We look forward to continuing our collaborative relationship with our federal delegation partners as we seek to implement innovative and forward-thinking policies that will position the city for the future.
- Public Safety
- Disaster Preparedness
- Homeless Assistance
- Community Project Funding Program
- Sustainability & Resiliency
- Economic Development
- Community Development Block Grant
- National Flood Insurance Program
SUPPORTS adequate funding of programs that assist local governments in disaster response and recovery.
SUPPORTS adequately funding the Continuum of Care (CoC) program along with other federal resources to assist local governments in providing permanent housing, and supportive services to unsheltered homeless individuals and families.
SUPPORTS adequately funding the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program to support street outreach, homelessness prevention and diversion, emergency shelter, and rapid re-housing.
SUPPORTS policies that implement transportation technologies to increase safety, reduce emissions and congestion, and foster the development of electric and automated vehicles.
SUPPORTS federal investments in public transit to increase accessibility and connectivity.
SUPPORTS policies that strengthen electric transportation and renewable energy infrastructure to assist the transition towards a safe, reliable, and clean energy grid.
SUPPORTS policies that help strengthen community resilience to natural hazards such as sea level rise, flooding, and extreme heat that also integrate emission mitigation co-benefits.
SUPPORTS efficient land use management that conserves limited resources and promotes sustainable development.
SUPPORTS a bipartisan plan for a $1 billion appropriation for the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund to provide financial services to underserved markets that have higher rates of unemployment and small business failures.
SUPPORTS direct federal funding to communities, through programs like the Workforce Investment Act and funding for industry-specific programs.
SUPPORTS expanding the Small Business Administration and Economic Development Administration programs that provide technical assistance, start-up capital, and management training to companies.
SUPPORTS increasing flexibility in administrative and public service spending caps and streamlining the grant process to increase efficiency and lower administrative burdens.
SUPPORTS increasing the threshold for provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act to $200,000 consistent with Section 3 covered projects.