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North Miami, Florida (U.S.)

Miami-Dade County

Last modified: 2024-06-15 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of North Miami, Florida] image located by Valentin Poposki, 7 April 2012
Source: City Administration.

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Description of the flag

North Miami's City Hall flies its flag. It is a medium-light blue with the city seal on a kind of sunburst design in gold.
Al Kirsch, 30 June 2010

The city appears to have another flag with a logo on a white field.
Valentin Poposki, 7 April 2012

Previous flag

[Flag of North Miami, Florida] image located by Indy, 20 May 2024

According to an article published by The Miami Herald on March 8th, 1987, the City of North Miami does have a predecessor to its current flag. Its colors, adoption date, and designer are all unknown.

Former North Miami mayor Howard Neu said: "Nobody knows exactly how it got that way, but there was some symbolism there. There was a time when we were talking about getting a new city flag, but for some reason, it died."

The flag contained 3 stripes, with the middle stripe wider than the top and bottom. A silhouette of the sun and a palm tree were placed in the middle, with the old city seal and an abstract representation of two trees in a disk were placed on either side of the sun symbol. On the top stripe were the words "NORTH MIAMI" arched above the word "FLORIDA", while on the bottom stripe were the words "CITY OF PROGRESS" curved beneath.
Indy, 20 May 2024