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Tolleson, Arizona (U.S.)

Maricopa County

Last modified: 2019-07-17 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Tolleson, Arizona] image located by Valentin Poposki, 27 March 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the City of Tolleson, Arizona, is white with city logo on it.
Information by John Paul Lopez, Assistant City Manager, Tolleson, Arizona.

Tolleson is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city is 6,812." - from Wikipedia:,_Arizona.
Valentin Poposki, 29 October 2009


[City seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 17 April 2019

Paul Bassinson, 17 April 2019

The website at shows a seal that is quite different from most other Arizona municipal seals, although it retains the circular format. However, the basic colors do not appear on any other seals in Arizona. The basic color of the outer ring, which is semicircular in shape, is light green with the words 'CITY OF' in black capitals. The circle itself is bisected by a golden fess fimbriated black with 'TOLLESON' in large black capitals. The center of the inner circle has a background color in light gray. In the midst of this background is a large torch in gray, separated from the background by black fimbriation once again; there is also a lip to the torch similarly set off. From the top of the torch a large stylized golden flame projects upward, penetrating the green semicircle between the letters 'T' and 'Y' in the word 'CITY.' The pointed base of the torch is held in a forked receptacle, also light green fimbriated black, and with a narrow gold band similarly delineated and containing an illegible date in miniscule numbers. Beneath this base is a label in light green fimbriated black and arc-like in shape, containing the word 'ARIZONA' in black capitals. At either side of this label, in black and green, are four cactus flowers, two a side.
Ron Lahav, 13 May 2004