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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Timeline
PROJECT GOALS
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.  

TEAM AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
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.

STAY INFORMED
Learn more about this exciting project below. Community input and thoughts or feedback on the New City Hall are welcome by emailing connect@largo.com or call by 727-587-6740 ext.7630.
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Project Details

July 27, 2021
The City of Largo has teamed up with the Florida Department of Health Pinellas to offer a pop-up vaccine clinic at the Largo Public Library on August 5 from 10am until 2pm. Both Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson will be available. There are no appointments required, no cost for the vaccine, and individuals are not required to provide insurance information. Help us protect the health and wellness of our community.
July 27, 2021
Largo team members join the UF/IFAS Extension Office to hear new recipes, learn ways to save, and finally figure out what to do with those leftover vegetables.
July 27, 2021
Registration has begun for the 2021-2022 School Year!
July 21, 2021
City Staff discovered the failure of a 72-inch storm pipe along West Bay Drive in Downtown Largo. Engineering responded to a report of a large hole next to the roadway near Ulmer Park. Coordinating with the Public Works Department, staff barricaded the area for immediate safety. The City is working with a contractor to stabilize the failure and working to avoid damage to the nearby roadway or sewer system. The stabilization work will happen over the next few weeks in July and will provide a temporary fix to the larger issue of failing pipes due to age.
July 12, 2021
Are you looking to purchase a home? Join City of Largo Housing Services and fellow sponsors at the 2021 Virtual HOPE Expo on Saturday, September 18 and Saturday, September 25 from 10am-2pm each day. 
July 08, 2021
It’s National Vehicle Theft Prevention month and the Largo Police Department is highlighting ways to protect your ride. Here are a few tips to help prevent this from happening to you.
June 29, 2021
Celebrate with us by sharing your photos and stories throughout the month of July
June 11, 2021
Check out our list of facility changes including hours and programming
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.
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
March 16, 2021
In October 2018, the City began an over $50 million project to upgrade the treatment plant. To date, this project is 75 percent complete with a final completion date in Fall 2021. 

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