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The flag of the Town of Youngtown, Arizona, is white with town seal on it. The seal is divided in three parts. The upper field shows a fragment of Arizona flag, the left field shows a sun, a sky, mountains, green field and a fish, and the right field shows a map of Arizona with dot to mark the position of the town. In outer circle is inscribed "TOWN OF YOUNGTOWN / ARIZONA". Information thanks to Letty Goldberg, Town Clerk/Treasurer.
About the town:
"Youngtown is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates the population of the town is 4,021." - from Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youngtown,_Arizona.
Official website: www.youngtownaz.org..
Valentin Poposki, 25 March 2010
The website at www.youngtownaz.org shows the municipal seal only in the form of a large black and white line drawing. In an outer circle are the words 'TOWN OF YOUNGTOWN' in large capitals, with two stylized ivy leaves to the right and left of the outer ring; these leaves separate the words at the top of the outer circle from the word 'ARIZONA' likewise written in large capitals at the bottom. The center of the seal is divided into three triangular portions: in chief is part of the state flag of Arizona (I assume it appears in its
normal colors in the seal proper). To the left is a desert scene with a sun in a cloudless sky, above left of a mountain range. On the desert floor beneath the mountains is a small lake or reservoir. The right hand triangular section depicts an outline map of Arizona, with a black dot indicating the town's geographic location.
Ron Lahav, 13 May 2004