• Voting ends Monday for Orlando's new flag design

    By: WFTV Web Staff


    ORLANDO, Fla. - People have until April 17 to vote on the new flag for the city of Orlando.

    The city has received more than 950 flag submissions from across the world, and it has been narrowed down to 10 designs.

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    The city wanted the designer to keep the flag simple, have meaningful symbolism, two or three basic colors, no lettering or seals and be distinctive.

    Before people vote, they can click on the 10 submissions to read a description of the flag and what the flag represents.

    The current flag was designed in 1980 through a competition sponsored by the Orlando Kiwanis Club and the Council of Arts and Sciences. 

    Vote for the flag here.


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