City of Largo, Florida
Office of Management & BudgetCity Clerk's OfficeCity Attorney's OfficeBids & RFP ListingsBudget & CIPCity ElectionsCommunity Values
Office of Management & Budget
The Office of Management and Budget prepares the City budget and five-year Capital Improvements Program (CIP) and oversees the City's purchasing and Community Engagement as it pertains to the City Budget.
The Department leads and serves the organization in making informed decisions in resource allocation, program evaluation, and long-term financial and management planning.
City Clerk's OfficeThis division is responsible for maintaining permanent City documents, such as Ordinances, Resolutions and City Commission Meeting Minutes, and provides records management and retrieval services for other City departments. The City Clerk's Office also processes public records requests from the general public. This division is responsible for preparing City Commission agendas, minutes and meeting materials and the City Clerk or designee seals all official documents with the City Seal. The City Clerk's Office is responsible for selling cemetery lots and maintaining cemetery records. The City Clerk administers the City Municipal General Election each year.
City Attorney's Office
The City Attorney, who is appointed by the City Manager with the approval of the City Commission, provides general legal advice to City officials and staff, and prepares/reviews ordinances, resolutions, contracts and legal agreements. The City Attorney also represents the City of Largo in legal proceedings and coordinates the activity of outside legal counsel.
Bids & RFP Listings
Budget & CIP
Each year the City Manager proposes, and the City Commission approves, an annual Operating and Capital Improvements budget. This budget exists to set priorities, establish position control, determine expenditure limits, and prepare for needed revenue. The City of Largo budgets annually from October 1st to the following September 30th.
In addition to the annual budget, the Office of Management and Budget also prepares a five-year Capital Improvements Program and Long Range Financial Plan. This program plans revenues and large expenditures through the next five years. With the data reviewed as a part of this process, the City Administration can plan for financial changes far into the future. This helps the City of Largo stay financially, and administratively, stable.
All documents below are in PDF format.
Capital Improvement Program Documents:
FY 2016-2020 Capital Improvement Program and Long Range Financial Plan
FY 2015-2019 Capital Improvement Program and Long Range Financial Plan
FY 2014-2018 Capital Improvement Program and Long Range Financial Plan
FY 2013-2017 Capital Improvement Program and Long Range Financial Plan
The City of Largo holds elections the first Tuesday in November of each year, or in conjunction with a Presidential Preference Primary. Commissioners and the Mayor are elected for four-year terms. All candidates for Largo City Commission must be residents of the City for at least one year.
To find out more about local elections, voter registration, polling locations or voting districts, visit the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections website at http://www.votepinellas.com/.
If you are interested in finding out more about Largo's elections or candidacy, contact the City Clerk's Office at 727-587-6710 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
News and Announcements
- SR 686 East Bay Drive Road Closing From Seminole Boulevard To Central Park Drive
Starting June 8, the FDOT will begin construction on SR 686 East Bay Drive. Read on for road closures and alternative routes.
- Notice of IAFF Negotiating Session
- Notice of Community Development Advisory Board Meeting - June 1, 2015
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