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As part of the annual planning process for the City's Housing Division, we are collecting input from residents on community needs within Largo's neighborhoods. 

Federal and state funding managed by the Housing Division can be used for home improvements, helping people buy their first home, building affordable housing, sidewalk and infrastructure improvements, and services related to fair housing, homebuyer education, ending homelessness and more.

What types of projects/programs do you think are most important for use of these funds?

Are there certain neighborhoods that have a higher need for these types of investments?

If so, please tell us which neighborhoods.

The Housing Division will hold its Pre-Planning Public Hearing at the Community Development Advisory Board meeting on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM at Largo City Hall (201 Highland Avenue, Largo).  The public is invited to attend and provide input at the meeting.  Comments are welcome on this Discussion Board as well or you can email:





The City's Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding can be used to improve slum and blight conditions in neighborhoods, install pedestrian/bicycle improvements, and construct certain types of other infrastructure improvements.  The CDBG Target Area is the primary focus for these investments (see attached map).

What types of neighborhood investments do you think are most important?

Are there certain streets or areas that need these types of community investment?

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