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Bountiful, Utah (U.S.)

Davis County

Last modified: 2020-09-05 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Bountiful, Utah] image by Masao Okazaki, 28 August 2020

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The City

The city's history is as follows: "On the 27th day of September, 1847, Perrigrine Sessions, with his family, moved about nine miles north of the newly established Mormon settlement of Salt Lake City ( ) and camped. He had traveled beyond the Hot Springs to find feed for his flocks and herds. Here he constructed a dugout with skins for a roof and wintered, he and his family being the sole occupants of the place until the spring of 1848. This dugout was located at approximately 250 North and 280 West. He was thus the founder of Utah's second settlement and the first white man to make a home in what we now know as Davis County ( ). The place was first known as Sessions' Settlement, but with the ecclesiastical designation of North Canyon Ward, both titles being employed rather indiscriminately until 1855, when it was officially named Bountiful. A more fitting appellation could not have been chosen for what was even then called the garden spot of Utah." (by Charles R. Mabey).

For additional information go to Bountiful (official website) 
Esteban Rivera, 22 August 2020

The City Flag

Bountiful UT appears to have a flag, which can be seen in part in this 2017 photo on the town's Facebook page.:
Masao Okazaki, 21 August 2020

The city's Community Manager provided a photo of the flag (
Esteban Rivera, 22 August 2020

I've found more photos of the flag in an article from Feb 2017: (image)
Masao Okazaki, 22 August 2020

The logo flag

[Flag of Bountiful, Utah] image located by Esteban Rivera, 24 August 2020

A different flag can be seen at and The second link is a render of a current project being built called "Bountiful Veterans Park" to be opened on Veteran's Day, November 11, 2020, to honor veterans from Bountiful, West Bountiful, Woods Cross, North Salt Lake and Centerville. It will honor veterans who served beginning with the War of 1812 up to and including current conflicts".
In the image attached one can see a flag (obverse) being horizontally displayed, white background, featuring the logo ( in the middle.
Esteban Rivera, 22 August 2020

I've found more photos of this flag in an article from Jan 2014: (image). The flag does appear on city council meeting videos through 2019. A new city hall is being built (I think), and the flag is not shown in the temporary city council hall.

Here's the logo's style manual:
Masao Okazaki, 22 August 2020

The Seal

[Flag of Alta, Utah] image located by Paul Bassinson, 22 January 2020

Paul Bassinson, 22 January 2020