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image by Masao Okazaki, 28 August 2020
Several months ago, the Amarillo City Hall was flying a flag outside of it with their City Seal and a white background, which can be seen on their website's header: www.ci.amarillo.tx.us/ and
www.answers.com/topic/amarillo-texas-seal-png. I vaguely remember having seen that blue flag before but they could have changed it. I tried to email the City of Amarillo but they just didn't reply back to me for....several months now. I just want to confirm the current look of that city's flag or they
just didn't adopt a new one.
John Nguyen, 30 August 2006
A photo of this flag was posted in the FOTW FB group last year:
Masao Okazaki, 28 August 2020
image by Chris Pinette, 20 June 2000
I just read the latest issue of FLAGSCAN (no 9-10, 2000) published by the Canadian Flag Association, Kevin Harrington, Editor.
Amarillo's flag has a map of North and Central America on it (see Chris's graphic above). Kevin says that the flag in the Amarillo City Hall display case does not show Cuba! Harrington also says the ribbon is red (vs W in Chris's drawing) and the Stetson hat at the bottom is white (vs Chris's blue.)
Al Kirsch, 9 February 2001
image by Randy Young, 22 December 2014
Amarillo is a city in the panhandle of Texas, and the county seat for Potter County. It is
the fourteenth largest city in Texas by population, with over 190,000 people in 2010.
I found several photographs of the Amarillo Police Department flag online while researching, including ama-cdn.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/superphoto/11182884.jpg. Based on the photographs, the flag of the Amarillo Police Department features the department's shoulder sleeve patch centered on a dark blue field.
Randy Young, 22 December 2014
image located by Paul Bassinson, 31 December 2019
Paul Bassinson, 31 December 2019