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Georgia cities municipal symbols, flags unknown (U.S.)

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The cities listed below are known to have municipal symbols, but we have been unable to determine any further details.

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Baxley's flag is a logo on white as seen behind the mayor at .
Dov Gutterman, 25 October 2002

College Park

College Park's flag is the logo/seal on white and fringed. It was seen on photos at the town website:, but these are no longer available.
Dov Gutterman, 23 October 2002


The City of Decatur flag is reported to be the city logo on a white field, but no images have been found to confirm this. The logo is found on the city webpage - a stylized row of buildings with a church at the center.
Dov Gutterman, 23 October 2002

College Park's flag is its logo on a white field and fringed. It was seen on photos at the city site:, although the images have since been removed.
Dov Gutterman, 23 October 2002


After a three-month search, city officials in Fayetteville have chosen a design for a new city flag. Nita McFarlin submitted the winning design, and her creation was unveiled at the June 6 [2002] City Council meeting. McFarlin also received $200 for her efforts. A longtime Fayette County resident, McFarlin once attended school in the same building that now houses City Hall, according to Main Street manager Nancy Price. The idea for a city flag was brought to Price earlier this year by Councilman Larry Dell, and a countywide contest was organized to find the best design incorporating the city's slogan, "A History with a Future." A team chosen by the mayor and City Council reviewed the submissions and chose the winner.
Dov Gutterman, 21 December 2002


The website at stated that on 15 April 1949, Fred Rotureau presented his design for Thunderboltís first official town flag at the Club Royal. The flag depicts an anchor and a thunderbolt representing the defining moments in Thunderboltís history. The anchor and the blue background reflect the importance of water throughout Thunderboltís past.
Dov Gutterman, 5 January 2003