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Mason City, Ohio (U.S.)

Warren County

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[Logo of Mason City, Ohio] image by Valentin Poposki, 31 August 2010

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Description of the flag

The unofficial flag of the City of Mason, Ohio, consists of "imagineMason" icon on a white field. Here is the explanation about the situation around the flag of the City of Mason, Ohio:

"The City of Mason does not have an official flag. However, in the late 1990s, an "imagineMason" promotional campaign for the city was developed. The "imagineMason" theme was envisioned as a community logo that other community groups in Mason could use. The theme was carried through to the city's web site several years later ( and the "imagineMason" phrase or variations have been used to promote several community activities. Around 2002, several major landscaping improvements in the city called for the use of a city flag. The "imagineMason" icon was chosen for the flag and it has been in continuous use since then."

Image of the icon and information thanks to Jennifer Trepal, Public Information Officer, City of Mason

About the city:
"Mason is a city in southwestern Warren County, Ohio, United States. As of the 2000 census, Mason's population was 22,016. It was the fastest- growing and most populous city in the county and is part of the Greater Cincinnati MSA. Until February 1997, it was part of Deerfield Township." - from Wikipedia:,_Ohio

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Valentin Poposki, 31 August 2010

Given the format of the logo, I suppose the flag is 1:2. The logo is lettering consisting of the words "Imagine Mason", the former set in golden yellow informal cursive lower case letters, the dot of the first replaced by a sketched irregular dark red five-pointed star, and the latter set in dark blue lowercase letters from of a non-slanted Eras face, the "m" larger and the "a" and "s" joint together.
Antonio Martins-Tuvalkin, 5 September 2010