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Foley, Alabama (U.S.)

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[City flag] image by Masao Okazaki, 19 March 2023

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The flag uses the logo of a sun on the horizon and the name in black on a white field.

Photo of the flag:

Masao Okazaki, 19 March 2023


[City seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 6 April 2019

Paul Bassinson, 6 April 2019


[City logo] image located by Masao Okazaki, 18 March 2023


The city's new logo is reported on page 2 of the Winter 2013 edition of the Foley Newsletter:

Foley Boasts Fresh New Image
Foley will soon be sporting a fresh new image that includes new symbols and updated colors to represent the city. Gateway signs with the new image are scheduled to be posted near the city’s northern and southern boundaries in the near future.

The new design includes a rising sun over an elongated green base, representing Foley’s agricultural history, followed with a blue section representing Foley’s nearness to the Gulf of Mexico, paying tribute to its history as a city heavily influenced by its proximity to the coast.

“The two things that stand out to me are the modern and crisp look that this design projects for the city, and the fact that the concept allows for flexibility of presentation. The goal was to standardize our design in terms of font and color, and also allow for flexibility based on specific needs, and I think this does both of those really well,” said Mike Thompson, city administrator.

The city of Foley is noted as a tree city, for example, which is recognized in the standard design concept used for the gateway signs. The design can be modified to incorporate a depiction related to the sign location, such as at the airport, where a plane is placed in the design rather than the tree. The color scheme, font and overall design concept stays the same, while allowing flexibility of use.

The new design will be incorporated into the city’s overall branding efforts, including signage, stationery and website. The artwork was designed by Fletcher McKinney, graphic artist, who works in the city marketing department.

Masao Okazaki, 18 March 2023