The City of Largo has made major commitments to increasing the use of clean energy and is a Local Government Partner in the Clear Sky Tampa Bay project. “Evaluating the use of solar energy for critical facilities and community buildings requires a comprehensive analysis,” said Largo Mayor Woody Brown, “and this project will help support our goals.”
The City of Largo broke ground on a 13,187-square-foot wastewater treatment operations building in November 2019. It will be the City’s first building rated to survive winds from a Category 5 hurricane, and will be elevated 23.5 feet above sea level to protect from storm surge.
The City of Largo is dedicated to the health of our community and is committed to renewing our natural environment to ensure a sustainable Largo for generations. Explore the “Our Future Largo Sustainability Map” below, which highlights energy charging stations and energy savings projects.
The City of Largo is creating a Tri-City Special Area Plan to effectively coordinate land use and development within the identified planning area; the intersection of two primary corridors (US Highway 19 and Roosevelt Boulevard/East Bay Drive).