City of Largo COVID-19 Update

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The City of Largo’s Emergency Management Team continues to monitor the evolving health concerns in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and taking proactive measures to help preserve the health and well-being of our community. Following the guidance of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and recommendation for social distancing, the City of Largo has made the following closings and cancellations.

City Hall and all city facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. 
  • Utilizing the CDC guidelines for a healthy workplace, select staff will continue to provide services via the phone, email, and online. 
  • The Building and Planning Divisions will be closed to the public but will remain open for questions, permitting, plan review, and inspections via online, mail-in and drop-off options. READ MORE DETAILS
Facilities closed through the end of April (including postponing all public events, programs, and classes):
  • Largo Public Library
  • Largo Golf Course
  • Highland Recreation Complex and Family Aquatic Center
  • Largo Community Center
  • Southwest Recreation Complex and Pool
  • Largo Tennis Center
  • The Narrows Environmental Education Center
  • All City playgrounds including Largo Central Park
  • Central Park Performing Arts Center
  • Bayhead Skate Park, outdoor gyms, volleyball courts, and dog parks
  • Largo Public Library drive-through
Currently, RGs cafe at the Largo Public Library will remain open for carry-out and delivery. April Largo City Commission meetings are still scheduled to occur but may be adapted to a digital environment. The City of Largo parks are also currently open and a great place to enjoy a walk and fresh air. Visitors going to Largo parks must adhere to CDC guidelines of social distancing and not gather in groups to reduce their risk of exposure and keep themselves and their families healthy. 

Below is important contact information to remain in contact with the City of Largo staff. 
The City is dedicated to do its part to help plan, prepare, and respond to this emerging public health concern and will remain in close contact with Pinellas County Emergency Management and the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas (DOH).