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Fayetteville, North Carolina (U.S.)

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[Flag of Fayetteville, North Carolina] image by Masao Okazaki, 29 December 2021

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Description of the flag

Fayetteville has adopted a new flag and seal: The Fayetteville City Council adopted new designs for the City flag and seal during the final Regular Meeting of 2021. The new designs align with the Can Do Carolina regional brand, launched in December 2020.

The final designs are products of a partnership between the City of Fayetteville Corporate Communications Department and North Star Place Branding + Marketing. These images are based on creative feedback and direction from Council Members. The new flag will appear inside and outside city facilities. The city seal is the official insignia of the Council and will primarily be used for official Council-related documents, ceremonies and other functions.
Masao Okazaki, 29 December 2021


[Municipal seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 17 October 2019

Paul Bassinson, 17 October 2019

Previous flag

[Flag of Fayetteville, North Carolina] image located by Valentin Poposki, 10 November 2008

As far as I can understand the flag on the photo I received from the city is the original 1963 flag, and it was change twice since that time. But, the only changes that were made are in different motto, whole design is the same. But, I might be wrong, so here is the text I got:

"The City of Fayetteville flag was presented to City Council June 11, 1963. It has red, white and blue colors in honor of America and our shared colors with France, the home of Lafayette, the person Fayetteville was named after. Fayetteville's Scottish history is recalled by the arrangement of the colors and squares reminding us of a Scottish tartan. The Market House, the former site of good sells and the former town hall, forms the center of the flag. The first flag had the motto, "City of History and Progress," that later changed to, "City of Dogwoods." The flag now says, "History, Heroes, & A Hometown Feeling" on it.
Nathan Walls
Public Information Specialist"

Valentin Poposki, 10 November 2008