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Utah Flag Task Force announce 5 final flag designs, holding public input meeting Nov. 10

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah State Flag Task Force will hold a public meeting to review and receive public input on the top five new flag designs for Utah’s state flag at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 10, in room 445 of the Utah State Capitol.

In September, Task Force members conducted and reviewed over 44,169 survey responses from Utah residents with opinions from each county. The 20 designs were further refined by staff and freelance designers to present to the Task Force.

The Task Force has selected five possible new state flag finalists, each of them incorporating themes, symbols, and colors that came up in earlier public comment sessions. Four of the five finalists include a beehive, and three contain mountains.

If the Task Force selects a final design, they are expected to ask the Legislature to consider a proposal to adopt a new state flag in the 2023 Legislative Session.

The Task Force is led by Utah Gov. Spencer J. Cox and Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson. While Sen. Dan McCay and Rep. Stephen Handy co-sponsored the original bill to consider a new state flag.

View the meeting on Zoom at this link:  [meeting ID: 872 1909 7998].

Here are the finalists:





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