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Spring Hill, Florida (U.S.)

Hernando County

Last modified: 2024-05-18 by rick wyatt
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[Spring Hill, Florida] image by David Sigley, 14 April 2024
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The Tampa Bay suburb of Spring Hill, in Hernando County, uses a yellow field, with a red band surrounding it, a red cardinal in the middle in a field of four white flowers, and a tapered red banner above the cardinal reading "SPRING HILL", in white letters. A more recent variation contains a tapered yellow banner reading "SPRING HILL" in red letters above the cardinal.
Daniel Timothy Dey, 8 September 2005

Spring Hill is a census-designated place with a population of over 100,000, making it one of the largest of CDPs in Florida. It was developed in 1965 by the Mackle Brothers and the Deltona Corporation.

David Sigley, 14 April 2024