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Haysville, Kansas (U.S.)

Sedgwick County

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[Flag of Haysville, Kansas] image located by Paul Bassinson, 8 May 2019

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Description of the flag

A new flag of the city of Haysville, Kansas (image obtained from
Paul Bassinson, 8 May 2019

The flag was unveiled on 21 October 2017.
The flag is blue, red, white and yellow and incorporates the city's "H" logo with a star.
KWCH12, 22 October 2017
Ivan Sache, 8 May 2019

New flag, Nov 2017

Haysville chooses new city flag design
Nov 1, 2017

The city of Haysville unveiled a new city flag recently that was the result of a community flag design contest. The winning flag design was chosen from several entries during the Haysville Fall Festival event last month. The Haysville Sun-Times reports that Dana DeCicco, a nine-year resident of Haysville created the winning flag design entry.

One directive on the design was to include the “Flying H” logo of which the two stems on the letter H represent the two tornadoes that went through the community in the 1990s.
Masao Okazaki, 5 July 2019

Previous flag

[Flag of Haysville, Kansas] image located by Valentin Poposki, 24 October 2008

City of Haysville, Kansas, had a flag adopted in 1993.

"In 1993 the City of Haysville held a flag design contest. This flag designed by John Coleman was the winner." BR> from On the same page you'll see two photos of the flag.
Valentin Poposki, 24 October 2008

It is red, with a large central crowned letter H in green, edged yellow, the state seal set inside a sunflower on both sides of the H, and the name arched over the top in black.