OUR FUTURE LARGO

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Largo is committed to sustainability and has incorporated it into the city-wide Strategic Plan, which sets the direction for the organization and the community by establishing three broad focus areas: Sustainability, Public Health & Safety and Community Pride. Largo is dedicated to the health of our community and is committed to renewing our natural environment to ensure a sustainable Largo for generations.

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Sustainability & Resilience Plan

The City of Largo is currently updating its Sustainability & Resilience Plan, LEAP. Find out more and about how you can participate.

Sustainability Map

Explore the Our Future Largo Sustainability Map

Largo Sustainable Business Guide

Help guide your business toward a more sustainable triple bottom line

Energy & Buildings

Learn more about how Largo is committed to 100 percent renewable energy.

Plastic Free Largo

The City of Largo is Plastic Free!

Sustainability Series

Join our free monthly workshop on variety of sustainability topics.

June 11, 2021
Check out our list of facility changes including hours and programming
June 09, 2021
Largo Police want to help you and your loved ones stay safe and avoid the risk of potential scams. Here are some examples to spot scammers on the phone, in emails and more.
June 02, 2021
Building the Community of Choice in Tampa Bay means creating a welcoming, equitable and compassionate Largo. Efforts to promote an inclusive city directly support our long-term focus on community pride and sustainability by enhancing the vitality of our community.
June 01, 2021
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. Over 70% of Pinellas County waters contain excess amounts of these nutrients every year, causing harmful algae blooms that can even lead to fish kills. Excess nitrogen can lead to decreased water quality and can affect the health of the plants and animals that live in our local waterways.
June 01, 2021
The 2021 hurricane season starts June 1 and the City of Largo with Pinellas County Emergency Management ask residents to remember three things to survive a disaster. Residents should know their risk, make a plan and stay informed.
May 31, 2021
The Florida League of Cities, the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments, recently recognized City of Largo Mayor Woody Brown, Commissioner Jamie Robinson, and Commissioner John Carroll with a 2021 Home Rule Hero Award for their hard work and advocacy efforts during the 2021 Legislative Session. These individuals worked tirelessly throughout session to promote local voices making local choices, protect the Home Rule powers of Florida’s municipalities and advance the League’s legislative agenda.
May 27, 2021
Seeking students in grades 9-12 who are Largo residents that want to make a difference in their community!
May 27, 2021
Students Grades K-5 can take advantage of these one hour sessions through August 6
May 27, 2021
We're taking "Largo Live" on the road this year! Every Friday in June starting on June 11 from 6-8pm, we will bring you our free, all ages Largo Live event featuring a great hour of live music, games, concessions for sale, and free hot dogs to the first 50 people, all to a location near you!
May 13, 2021
Read on for important information and updates.
April 26, 2021
Beginning in mid-March, Rosery Road from Missouri Avenue to the Walmart truck entrance will be undergoing construction for approximately 6 months. The City's construction contractor will be providing message boards beginning two weeks before the start of construction to alert drivers of the upcoming closure. 
February 03, 2021

The City of Largo has earned the 2021 Top Workplaces USA award! The list of winners was announced by Energage, a purpose-driven organization that develops solutions to build and brand Top Workplaces.

Population Size

4th

Largest City in Tampa Bay

Acres of Park Land

4.5K

Largo Businesses