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Page, Arizona (U.S.)

Coconino County

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[Flag of Page, Arizona] image by Masao Okazaki, 7 September 2023

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The flag of Page, Arizona, as seen here in a video from the 2022 League of Arizona Cities and Towns conference at 0:08, can be partially seen, featuring the municipal seal on a white background. Although images of the seal online are rare it can be seen in city ordinances, such as here on page 2:
Daniel Rentería
, 19 July 2023

A seal is on the wall of the city council hall: and this video has the seal and the flag:
Masao Okazaki
, 19 July 2023

At the 2023 conference of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns:

In the city council hall, with the city seal:
Masao Okazaki, 7 September 2023

In the Arizona Republic issue of December 4, 1977, it says that Page has had a flag from the month it became a town. The flag of Page was adopted on March 22, 1975. This was done as a part of incorporation ceremonies in the town, where the "key to the city" and the flag of Page were handed to Mayor Norm Martindale at Page High School.
Daniel Rentería, 26 January 2024

I was sent the meeting minutes of the first Page town meeting by the clerk. It reads: “Council members reviewed the entries submitted in the City Seal Contest and voted to adopt the concept submitted by Joan E. Wright to be used as the town emblem.” The seal was adopted on March 1, 1975, the same day it was incorporated.
Daniel Rentería, 30 January 2024