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Moundsville, West Virginia (U.S.)

Marshall County

Last modified: 2023-01-14 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Moundsville, West Virginia] image by David Zigler, 15 December 2022
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Description of the Flag

The flag is a white field with two thin blue horizontal bars at the top and bottom of the flag. In the center of the flag is a simplified illustration of the Grave Creek Mound, which is where Moundsville gets its name. Under the mound are two crossed olive branches which stretch toward both sides of the flag. Between the mound and the olive branch is the founding year of the city, which is 1832. Above the mound are two yellow banners. This first banner is bigger and contains the city name on it. The second banner is smaller and is inscribed with the state name. Under the olive branches is the city motto, showing the progression of the city through the unity of its people.

Photo of the flag flying on the city's Facebook page:
David Zigler, 15 December 2022

Here are some very big pictures showing details.
Masao Okazaki, 15 December 2022


[City Seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 16 February 2020

Paul Bassinson, 16 February 2020