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Salina, Kansas (U.S.)

Saline County

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[Municipal flag] image by Masao Okazaki, 7 August 2022
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Description of the flag

Image found on Reddit: - Flag of Salina Kansas U.S
Dave Fowler, 6 August 2022

A drawing and the history of the flag can be found here:
Page 17 of Salina's 1988 Annual Report
Page 23 of the 1992 Annual report

Salina’s official flag was designed by Steve Haller, 929 East Minneapolis, and was accepted at a Special Meeting of the Board of Commissioners on August 8, 1966.
The flag design was chosen by the flag design committee: Mrs. Glen Bramwell, Chairman; Mrs Lewis Crawford, and Herschel Logan, from 83 designs submitted by 45 persons, and recommended to the City Commission.
The shield represents the cities solidarity on a yellow field, representing wheat;
The red, white, and blue colors in the shield represent the three types of government under which the city has grown;
The star in the shield represents the cities role as county seat;
The lines radiating from the star represent the major highways which serves Salina;
The three lines which divide the lower part of the shield represent the Three Rivers in Salina area;
The wheel represents Salina’s pioneer past;
The cog represents the city’s present industry and agriculture;
The atomic symbol represents the city's future.

Masao Okazaki, 7 August 2022


[Municipal logo] image located by Paul Bassinson, 5 August 2019

Paul Bassinson, 5 August 2019