Add a Splash Pad to stay cool and colorful Obstacle Course to the Dog Park. Hurdles to jump over, tunnels and rings to run and jump through.
About IdeasWe are always looking for new ideas about how we can improve. Post your idea, share it with your online community to help it garner votes and attention. You can also vote, follow and comment on ideas that you support - you’ll receive updates on them too!
A Festival with local bands, performance art and colorful powder packets (similar to the color run). Participants chase and color each other with dry powder and colored water all while listening to their favorite bands. Check out a similar festival posted online. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh-o5g4tLVE
Bruce Lee & Chuck Norris Movie Marathon: 1. Enter the Dragon 2. Fist of Fury 3. Return of the Dragon
James Dean Movie Marathon 1. Giant 2. Rebel Without a Cause 3. East of Eden
Godzilla Movie Marathon 1. King Kong vs Godzilla 2. Godzilla vs the Thing 3. Godzilla King of the Monsters
1950’s & 1960’s Sci-Fi Movie Marathon 1. The Thing 2. The Incredible Shrinking Man 3. The Blob
Documentary Marathon 1. The Eyes of the River: Yakona 2. The True Cost of Agriculture: Food Chains 3. Where the Waste Goes: Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Classic Horror Movie Marathon 1. The Creature from the Black Lagoon 2. Attack of the 50 foot Woman 3. Attack of the Giant Leeches
Costumes welcome, food trucks, and vendors.
Place Hammocks throughout the park for relaxing. Add an outdoor roller rink, bocce and shuffleboard court. Have a day dedicated to flying kites, picnics and games.
Create a professional level Skate Park and BMX track. Similar parks have reported a decrease in crime and positive economic impact. Families bring their children, stay for lunch, and shop at local businesses. This is an opportunity to promote contests, attract professional skaters and advertise the Active Largo culture.
Work with business owners and developers to build new store fronts that line the north side of 1st Ave. NW that face W. Bay Drive rather than lining W. Bay Drive. Once complete the new store fronts can be populated by the existing businesses. This will allow for much needed parking and create an area for Largo residence to congregate. Today this corridor is a pass thru for traffic and the limited parking is not conducive to supporting these business owners.
Downtown Largo should definitely be more pedestrian friendly. I also think there is an interest for it being golf cart friendly also. Considering how many people may not want to walk or drive but want to get to local spots more economically, safely, and leisurely. Residents and visitors would just need golf cart crossings and lanes as well as a safe access from surrounding neighborhoods (access that leads to downtown as well as Largo Central park.) Many cities in the bay area are already doing this and more will be following (ie. Dunedin, Pinellas Park)
Have a safe place where parents can take their teenagers and feel that their teens will be safe but will be able to socialize and have fun at the same time.
The fire that destroyed the businesses in the early morning hours of July 5th left The Fireplace Restaurant, House of Shades, and Debbie's Hair and Salon with many displaced employees. I would like to see the community come together and help raise money through an event or donations to help the workers and owners. https://youtu.be/6J0nSBThs-Q
By encouragement and incentives Largo has lead the way in the area for its recycling initiative, but it lacks in it's solar use. It baffles me that with all the sun we get down here that there are so few solar panels, especially on our public, parks, and city buildings. During a time of cut backs and financial struggle why is it that very little is being done to use a free over abundant energy source. Since Largo seems to be ahead of the curve in green initiatives in the county why don't we go all out and lead in the green energy saving field as well.