Get Ready for the 2022 Local Largo Election

Largo residents will soon weigh in on three ballot items and City Commissioner seats in the November 8, 2022, General Election. Residents are invited to learn more about Largo-specific election information directly from City leaders.  

A public informational meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 5 at the Christ Presbyterian Church located at 3115 Dryer Ave at 6pm.  

Findout why City Commission voted to include an amendment to the City Charter and added two referendums, including what impact they may have on our community. Team members will also be available to answer any questions from attendees.   

What questions are on the ballot? 

Largo City Commission voted to include three distinct ballot questions: 

  • Charter Amendment – Exemption of Horizon West Bay (City Hall) Property form Lease Terms Limits of 5 Years 
  • Referendum No 1 - Extension of Authorization for Property Tax Exemptions for New and Expanding Businesses 
  • Referendum No 2 - Sale of City Property to Porter Development LLC.   

The ballot language, complete descriptions, and more information is available on LarGoVote.com 


To ensure residents understand what is on the ballot, the City has a variety of ways the community can be informed.  
 
Request a presentation for a community group
City Leadership is providing presentations to interested groups of homeowners, non-profits, or other community organizations. If you would like to request a presentation for your group, visit LarGoVote.com.  

Watch a recorded presentation
Mayor Woody Brown and City Manager, Henry Schubert recorded a live webinar that can be viewed by watching LargoTV on Spectrum Ch. 639, WOW! Ch. 15 and Frontier Communications Ch. 45. Viewers can also watch on-demand at Largo.com/LiveTV under the “Other” tab or by visiting https://play.champds.com/largofl/event/84. 

Visit LarGoVote.com 
The City of Largo launched LarGoVote.com to encourage residents to learn what is on the local ballot for the General Election on November 8. Learn what the ballot language means and what the impacts may be, along with where to find voter resources. Printed informational materials are also available at City facilities and participating Largo businesses.   


The City of Largo holds elections in November of even-numbered years in conjunction with the Countywide election. For important links and information about what is on the ballot for Largo, visit LarGoVote.com.