New Downtown City Hall

In 2019, the City of Largo began efforts to develop a new City Hall downtown. The current building on Highland Ave is no longer suitable due to upcoming costly repairs, lack of resistance to storm damage and flooding, and limitations for projected growth. This new City Hall project is currently underway with concept design and site selection complete. The facility will be located on the northern 400 block of West Bay Drive. Groundbreaking is set to start in 2022 and we look forward to opening the doors in late 2023 or early 2024.

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The relocation of a new City Hall is aligned with the City's investment in the re-development of the West Bay Drive downtown corridor. This new central facility is intended to promote downtown development as a mixed-use (e.g., City facility, private businesses, and public use space) and will align with the City's strategic initiatives of public health and safety, sustainability, and community pride.  

Features of the design were developed with input from diverse stakeholders including team members, residents, businesses and community groups.  An online survey and multiple focus groups were held to set priorities for specific design features and public use elements. Much of the information shared by the community complemented previous community feedback and vision for an active and interconnected downtown that is welcoming, family-friendly, and safe while preserving and incorporating natural elements and green space.

Learn more about this exciting project below. Community input and thoughts or feedback on the New City Hall are welcome by emailing or call by 727-587-6740 ext.7630.

Project Details

January 19, 2022
The Largo City Commission celebrated the Pinellas Genealogy Society Week and their 50th anniversary at the January 18, 2022, Commission meeting. The Largo Public Library is also celebrating Pinellas Genealogy Society Week January 23-29, and the group's 50th Anniversary, by recognizing the group’s hard work and dedication in providing genealogy services to the Library patrons. Over the years, their volunteers have put in thousands of hours of work, with over 25,000 hours in the last 10 years alone.
January 14, 2022
As part of the update of the Largo Sustainability and Resilience Plan, the City of Largo is currently seeking eight individuals to serve as Community Connectors.
December 01, 2021
The City of Largo is currently hiring for a variety of roles throughout the city!
November 18, 2021
The City of Largo is planning updates to Woodrow Park and the surrounding area. The City’s project team is interested in hearing what changes local community members would like to see in the park.
November 08, 2021
The new Largo City Hall has yet to break ground, and it has already begun receiving honors. In partnership with ASD|Sky, the new downtown Largo City Hall received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Tampa Bay’s new Sustainability Award. This award was created to recognize that 2020 was a life-changing year and has brought a new focus on adaptability and resilience in architecture and design as we know it.

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