Website Disclaimer

The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest to the City of Largo, including its many residents, businesses and visitors. We encourage you to submit your questions, comments, and concerns, but please note this is a moderated online discussion site and not a public forum. Once posted, the City reserves the right to delete submissions that contain vulgar language, personal attacks of any kind, or offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Further, the City also reserves the right to delete content or links determined to: (i) be off topic; (ii) that advocate illegal activity; (iii) that promote particular services, products, or political organizations; or (iv) infringe on copyrights or trademarks. Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the City government or its officers and employees. If you have any questions concerning the operation of this online moderated discussion site, please contact Webmaster@largo.com. Email addresses and all comments posted on City-sponsored social media sites are public record under Florida Law and are not exempt from public records requirements. If you do not want your comments or email address to be subject to being released pursuant to a public records request do not send electronic mail or make comments on this site or to this agency. Instead, contact this office by telephone at 727-587-6700.

State of Florida Government-in-the-Sunshine Law


E-mail addresses are public record under Florida Law and are not exempt from public-records requirements. If you do not want your e-mail address to be subject to being released pursuant to a public-records request do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by telephone or in writing, via the United States Postal Service.

What does this mean?
The State of Florida's Government-in-the-Sunshine Law, commonly called the "Sunshine Law," states that any meeting of two or more members of a public board or commission must be open to the public, reasonable notice of these meetings must be given, and minutes must be taken.

Florida also has a very broad public records law, under which nearly all materials generated by or received by the City of Largo become public record. This includes written correspondence (whether hand-delivered, sent by U.S. Postal Service, or sent by electronic mail) and telephone conversations. When sending correspondence to the City of Largo, please remember that information contained within that correspondence, including any names, physical or mailing addresses, and e-mail addresses, is subject to disclosure under a public records request.

Are there exceptions to the law?
Yes. These exceptions include, but are not limited to, certain discussions over pending litigation and portions of collective bargaining session. Certain personnel information is also considered confidential and is exempt from disclosure, as is certain information regarding crime victims.

How can I learn more?
The State of Florida Attorney General's website offers additional information on the Government-in-the-Sunshine and public records laws.

Third Party Website Disclaimer
Links to external, or third party websites, are provided solely for visitors' convenience. Links taken to other sites are done so at your own risk and the City of Largo accepts no liability for any linked sites or their content. When you access an external website, keep in mind that the City of Largo has no control over its content.

Any link from Largo.com to an external website does not imply or mean that the City of Largo endorses or accepts any responsibility for the content or the use of such website.  The City of Largo does not give any representation regarding the quality, safety, suitability, or reliability of any external websites or any of the content or materials contained in them. It is important for users to take necessary precautions, especially to ensure appropriate safety from viruses, worms, Trojan horses and other potentially destructive items.

When visiting external websites, users should review those websites' privacy policies and other terms of use to learn more about, what, why and how they collect and use any personally identifiable information.