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image located by Valentin Poposki, 2 May 2010
Based on an image at :www.chiloquin.com/city.html
The flag of the City of Chiloquin, Oregon, is shown here: www.chiloquin.com/city.html.
The City of Chiloquin, Oregon is located approximately 30 miles north of Klamath Falls in Klamath County. It is one mile east of Highway 97. The City limits boast of a population of 720. There is a small airport that parallels the highway. Chiloquin has an altitude of 4178 feet. It is nestled in a small valley surrounded by mountains. The Williamson River runs through the center of town and joins with the Sprague River just to the south of the City limits. Fishing and hunting are favorite sports here. There are deer, elk, and ducks in the area. Agency Lake is a favorite fishing place, while the Williamson River is considered one of Oregon's top trophy fly fishing waters.
Valentin Poposki, 2 May 2010
The field is divided vertically into a blue rectangle at the hoist that is approximately 2/3 the length of the flag, to the left of a vertical white bar filling the remaining 1/3. On the blue field in light grey is silhouetted the profile of a person facing right, in which is drawn an eagle, a mountain, trees, and a river. A large Q-shaped curve surrounds most of the silhouette. On the white bar is written, in blue calligraphy, “City of Chiloquin” and “Established 1926”. Proportions: 4:7
image located by Portland Flag Association, 20 December 2020
The city website at
https://chiloquin.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/fi-city-flag.jpg shows this
flag with a narrow blue border around the white fly.
Portland Flag Association, 20 December 2020