City of Largo Celebrates Pride Month in June

Building the Community of Choice in Tampa Bay means creating a welcoming, equitable and compassionate Largo. Efforts to promote an inclusive city directly support our long-term focus on community pride and sustainability by enhancing the vitality of our community.  To support these efforts and to join our neighboring communities, the City of Largo is participating in several activities and events throughout the month of June.

On Tuesday, June 7 at 5pm, Largo community members and city team members are invited to attend the ceremonial flag-raising of the Pride flag on the side lawn of Largo City Hall prior to the City Commission Meeting. Patrons can also participate virtually via Facebook Live on the City’s Facebook Page ( The live stream of the flag-raising will start at 5:15pm. 
Largo's 2022 Pride Month honoree, community leader Nathan Bruemmer who currently serves as the LGBTQ Consumer Advocate at the Florida Department of Agriculture will participate in the flag-raising and then join the City Commission Meeting beginning at 6pm in City Hall to receive this year's Pride Month proclamation and share a few words. Visit to watch live or on-demand.

From live entertainment to events and educational activities, Largo has several ways to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. 

The Largo Library will also feature book displays throughout June centered on LGBTQIA+ identities and history and will have an assortment of Pride stickers and pins available for patrons.

To join our neighboring city and communities, the City of Largo will be participating in the annual St. Pete Pride Family Day on Saturday, June 18, and St. Pete Pride Parade on Saturday, June 25. This annual celebration is the largest in Florida with over 250,000 community members and visitors attending every year. Community members are invited to stop by the City of Largo booth at the St. Pete Pride Family Day and view the parade in downtown St. Petersburg.

Largo’s Community Center will light up the entryway round-a-bout in rainbow colors for visitors to enjoy during June. In addition, the Medjool Date Palm Tree at the north end of Central Park Drive will have a rainbow pattern, while the lights at the Downtown Plaza will be lit up in Pride colors.

The City of Largo is committed to building an inclusive community that respects and values the diverse identities and perspectives of all individuals. Visit and follow the City of Largo on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more ways to celebrate our community and stay connected.