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Tulsa County, Oklahoma (U.S.)

Last modified: 2023-10-14 by rick wyatt
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[flag of Tulsa County, Oklahoma] image by António Martins-Tuválkin

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Description of the flag

A white flag with a light blue ovoid shape (think of a rectangle with rounded off corners) and on it a stylized lower case letter t in white, and on that a map of the county in light blue, and the Arkansas River flowing through it.
Albert Kirsch, 11 July 2004

Flag until May 2009

[flag of Tulsa County, Oklahoma] image by Clayton Horner, 23 April 2016

Like the current flag, but with PROPERTY OF Tulsa County added to it.
Clayton Horner, 23 April 2016

This flag was used until May 2009.
Jens Pattke, 24 April 2016

According to an article by Tulsa World ( , the flag of Tulsa County was adopted on September 4, 1973 by the Board of Commissioners to display at the September 20 dedication of Estill Park (which might have a different name today) and at all county facilities. Proportions of the Tulsa County flag as first adopted were 4:5. The article does not describe text being on the flag, so could the flag have changed to one saying "Property of" then reverted back to the original?
Daniel Renterķa, 30 September 2023