Trotter Road Reopening Block PartyThe City of Largo is very excited to announce the reopening of Trotter Road in Southwest Largo and is partnering with St. Patrick Catholic School to celebrate with a Grand Reopening Block Party on Saturday, July 20 from 5:30-9pm.
Largo Community Standards Seeks Resident Support for Abandoned PropertiesThe City of Largo needs your help! The Community Standards Division is asking our residents to let us know about abandoned, vacant, derelict and blighted residential properties in the City.
Duke Energy Tree MaintenanceCrews contracted by Duke Energy will be performing maintenance tree work along electric lines located in and around Largo
Important Notice: Building Services Hours of Operation ChangeThe Building Services office will be closing the first Wednesday of each month at 12pm. Inspection hours will remain the same.
Traffic Update: Trotter Road & Indian Rocks Road Both Open to PublicRead on for important traffic and project updates.
ShredFest is Right Around the Corner!ShredFest is back with free and secure document shredding and recycling.
City of Largo Celebrates Pride Month by Raising Pride FlagOn Tuesday, June 18 at 4:45pm, City leadership, staff and community members joined together to raise the Pride flag, in celebration of the unique attributes and perspectives of all individuals that make up our diversity community.
Proposed Traffic Calming Policy Allows Residents to Request Lower Speed LimitsAt the request of the Largo City Commission, Largo’s Engineering Services proposed an updated Traffic Calming Policy at the Tuesday, June 11 2019 Commission Work Session.
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Don't Miss The Tutterow Dance Academy Fall Registration DatesRegistration for the 2019-20 Tutterow Dance Academy programs will be held at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alternate Keene Road, on Friday, August 9 from 5-8pm and Saturday, August 10 from 10am-1pm.
City Sustainability Coordinator Receives Prestigious Sierra Club AwardThe City of Largo is honored to announce that the City's very own Sustainability Coordinator, Laura Thomas, is a recipient of the 2018 Sierra Club of Florida Osprey Award! This award is presented for extraordinary effort by a governmental official to promote or effect changes in policy or practice to protect or preserve Florida's environment.
Largo Taste Fest Looking for SponsorsAre you interested in being a food vendor or sponsor or have a silent auction item to donate? The City of Largo is currently looking for those interested in contributing to the 2019 Largo Taste Fest event.
Pinellas County Fertilizer BanThe 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. These nutrients can wash from our yards into the Gulf or Bay when it rains, harming local wildlife and plants and even contribute to harmful algae blooms.
Largo Joins Alert Pinellas NetworkAlert Pinellas subscribers in Largo can now receive notifications directly from the City of Largo.
Largo Leadership Recognized for Home Rule Hero AwardFor the second year in a row, the Florida League of Cities recently recognized City Commission and Leadership for a 2019 Home Rule Hero Award.
Annual Reclaimed Water ReportView the City of Largo's 2018 Reclaimed Water Consumer Confidence Report.
Protect Yourself from the Sun Today and Every DayDid you know Largo averages 246 sunny days a year? Our sunny climate means plenty of time outdoors, and it's important for you to stay sun-safe with the following tips.
Downtown City HallShould City Hall move to downtown Largo? The exciting possibilities of reconstructing City Hall as a mixed-use building in Downtown was unofficially supported by City Commission at the 2019 Commission Retreat.
Florida League of Cities Shines Spotlight on Largo AmbassadorsLargo's Community Ambassadors were recently featured in the latest issue of Quality Cities, a publication of the Florida League of Cities.
Community Ambassadors Become Recycling AdvocatesLargo’s Community Ambassadors are teaming up to help educate fellow residents about the dos and don’ts of recycling.
Largo Recreation Would Like Your FeedbackGive your feedback about a recent visit to one of our facilities or parks and be entered to win a $25 credit to your household
Largo's Going Plastic Free
Largo City Commissioners voted to make a cleaner, more sustainable community by approving an ordinance that would prevent certain single-use plastic items on City property.