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Sun City, Arizona (U.S.)

Maricopa County

Last modified: 2024-02-17 by rick wyatt
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[Sun City West, Arizona] image by Masao Okazaki, 24 May 2020

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The flag of Sun City uses the city logo on a white background.
I was able to find a photograph of a flying flag via Google Maps after reading a letter to a newspaper in which a resident complained of the faded city flag flown on one of three tall flagpoles at the intersection of 107th Avenue and Grand Avenue.
Masao Okazaki, 24 May 2020

[City logo] logo located by Daniel Renterķa, 26 January 2024

Current logo from

Previous flag

[City logo] logo located by Daniel Renterķa, 26 January 2024

Apparently Sun City did have another flag, which used the old logo. Based on the August 29, 1990 issue of the Arizona Republic, the proportions of the former flag of Sun City were 4:5. It was described as having a gold-colored sunburst along with the community's logo. Keep in mind though that this article is in reference to a Sun City flag being stolen, (expensively) valued at $300. Quite odd that people would steal flags of communities, but either way, this did present an opportunity for information. A bit unfortunately though, I am unsure of when this flag was adopted

The logo was designed in 2014 by Catapult Strategic Design. Today though, the old logo is still seen on signs throughout the place.

Former logo attached from