Orlando City Council Approves New Design For ‘The City Beautiful’ Flag

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The Orlando City Council approved the new design for the city’s flag during a meeting Monday. The design was sent to the council for  an approval after a flag design committee in June agreed on the new design.

The Orlando City Council approved the new design for the city’s flag during a meeting Monday. The design was sent to the council for  an approval after a flag design committee in June agreed on the new design.

Orlando’s fountain at Lake Eola Park is the most distinctive and recognizable symbol in the city, one that is loved by the residents and enjoyed by our visitors.

The water ascending from the fountain represents the continuous flow of energy and innovation that makes Orlando a city on the rise. The six equal segments on the base of the fountain embody the city’s six commission districts.

The iconic fountain is surrounded by the letter “O”, which symbolizes Orlando’s unity, connectivity and timelessness.

The color yellow represents the sunshine, hope and happiness that thrive in our great city. The reflection of the “O” in the water symbolizes our careful consideration of our past and our bold vision for the future.

The flag is set on a two-toned background of blue and white representing patriotism, perseverance and peace.

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