Sustainable for Generations

Mayor Woody Brown is joining other mayors across the country in asking residents to make a commitment to conserve water and protect this vital resource by taking part in the 8th Annual Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation.  

To participate, enter online at MyWaterPledge.com, and then make a series of online pledges to conserve water on behalf of the City of Largo. One winning city will be determined from five population categories. The city with the most pledges in each population category will win. Residents from the winning cities who take the online pledge will also be entered to win hundreds of environmentally friendly prizes, including $5,000 for home utilities, water-saving fixtures, and home improvement gift cards.

For questions regarding the challenge or ways that you can help “reduce your use,” visit OurFutureLargo.com or email Sustainability@Largo.com.


The City of Largo is dedicated to the health of our community and is committed to renewing our natural environment to ensure a sustainable Largo for generations. View our Sustainability Map or LEAP, Largo's Environmental Action Plan, to learn more. Stay up to date with all of the City's latest sustainability news by getting the OurFutureLargo newsletter, sign up today!

Largo is Ready for 100% Renewable Energy 

Largo recently became the fourth city in Florida and the 75th in the country to commit to a transition to 100 percent renewable energy for our organization and the community. 

Solar Renewable Energy

In support of Largo’s strategic focus on sustainability, Largo City Commission recently voted to approve an organizational commitment to achieving 100 percent renewable, zero-emission energy by 2035. Largo’s commitment also includes supporting a community-wide transition to 100 renewable energy through stakeholder engagement and encouraging benefits for the most vulnerable in our community.