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Fishers, Indiana (U.S.)

Hamilton County

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[Flag of Fishers, Indiana] image by Masao Okazaki, 9 January 2021

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From Fishers: Government And Information:

The Fishers town flag comprises three colors: Kelly green, Holland blue and Weaver white. The green represents the town's green fields. The blue represents the skies, White River and Geist Reservoir. The white represents the town's crossroads: 116th Street and Interstate 69. The angled bar moving upward to the right reflects the town's growth and the two gold triangles represent balances symbolizing the town's balanced and fair approach to governance.
Submitted by Ned Smith, 21 September 2002

Fishers, in Hamilton County, was founded by Salathiel Fisher in 1872. Present name from 1908. Home of the Fishers Freedom Festival celebrating the Independence Day. Population: about 38,000. Located in the Greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Area.
Chris Kretowicz, 21 September 2002


[City Seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 20 July 2019

Paul Bassinson, 20 July 2019