The City of Largo is committed to providing superior services and continues to take proactive measures to help preserve the health and well-being of our community. Patrons visiting Largo facilities are encouraged to wear masks and maintain social distancing at events and programs. In addition, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends, getting the COVID-19 vaccine is another layer to protect yourself and others. Find a vaccine location online, or visit local pharmacies and Publix grocery stores for walk-in availability.
CITY RESPONSE TO COVID-19
October 21, 2021
City of Largo Engineering Services will host two project overview sessions to share the design, project schedule, and construction impacts for Bayhead Action Park planned in Fall 2022.
October 12, 2021
Halloween is an exciting time for kids and adults – the delight of dressing up in a fun costume, all of the spooky decorations, and of course let's not forget the candy. To ensure you and your family enjoy a spooky, safe and good time this Halloween, check out these tips.
October 03, 2021
The City of Largo is proud to declare the month of October Domestic Violence Prevention Month in accordance with the National Recognition. The City of Largo stands with victims, our law enforcement officers, social workers, professionals, educators, and other brave individuals who are focused on protecting families and communities from domestic violence.
October 01, 2021
Thanks to a partnership between the Largo Police Department and Walmart, a few lucky kids will go home with a new bicycle after the Largo Police Family Safety Day on Saturday, November 6, 2021, at the Largo Police Department located at 201 Highland Ave. in Largo.
September 30, 2021
The City of Largo continues to expand a commitment to sustainability through a new composting bin program. The program, which provides a free composting bin to Largo residents for their own home use, launched last October on World Food Day. Since the program launch, 555 Largo residents have requested a compost bin!
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 and worked with a contractor to stabilize the failure to avoid damage to the nearby roadway or sewer system. Staff is now working on the larger issue of failing pipes due to age.
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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