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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) UPDATE

The City of Largo has created a COVID-19 Recovery Team to safely and strategically begin a phased approach of reopening city facilities to the public. This team is comprised of individuals from various departments at all levels of the organization. The team has carefully reviewed and is following guidance released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), the Governor's Executive Orders, OSHA Workplace Standards, and Pinellas County Orders. To achieve a regional approach to recovery, the team also participated in discussions with neighboring community partners.

Phase I
  • Facilities custodial staff are performing a deep cleanse on all city buildings, including air filters and disinfecting all surfaces.  
  • Maximizing social distancing is required with 6ft separation between individuals.
  • Group sizes of no larger than ten people are required.
Monday, May 4
Monday, May 11*
  • Southwest Pool will open in a limited capacity and with new safety precautions for fitness lap swimming only.
  • Largo Dog parks will open 
  • Largo Tennis courts will open
Tuesday, May 26
  • Southwest, Highland and Community Center fitness centers will reopen with limited capacities and hours
Monday, June 1*
  • Largo summer camps will begin at city facilities at a ratio for childcare is 1 adult to 9 children. Children will be accepted into the program based on their date of registration. 
  • Theater camps scheduled at the Central Park Performing Arts Center are canceled due to the inability to incorporate social distancing guidelines.
  • The Largo Community Center, Highland Recreation Complex, Highland Family Aquatic Center, and Southwest Recreation Complex will reopen in a limited capacity. Please see each page for specific hours and guidelines.
  • All Basketball and Volleyball courts will reopen with strict 6 ft guideline in place.
  • The Narrows Environmental Education Center will reopen on weekends to the public starting on June 6. The playgrounds at McGough remain closed at this time.
*All information is subject to change pending updates to County, State, and Federal guidelines.

Where do I find more information on the next steps?
The Recovery Team will continue to meet weekly to assist in planning a slow and safe approach to reopening facilities and reimplementing services to the residents, businesses, and visitors of Largo. Additional openings will be communicated on You can receive alerts by phone, text, email, about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for Alert Pinellas. Residents can also receive weekly emails from Largo's City Manager, Henry Schubert. It is important to stay connected and up-to-date on the superior services in the City of Largo, your "Community of Choice in Tampa Bay."