For the first time in the Town’s history, Harrisburg will soon have a flag to serve as a unique icon that represents its people and culture.
Fourteen-year-old Jonathan Andrus proposed the idea of holding a contest to create a Town flag during the public comment section of the March 12, 2018 Town Council meeting. During his comments, Andrus said he has gotten more than four dozen of his peers’ signatures to support having a Town flag.
Town Manager Haynes Brigman announced details of the contest at the Town Council meeting on April 9 and residents may begin submitting their designs. The Town will accept submissions until June 1, 2018. Submitted designs will be reviewed by Town staff, Council members and Andrus. After three rounds of narrowing down submitted designs, residents will be able to vote on the final three designs. The flag with the most votes will become the official Town of Harrisburg flag.
The winning flag design will be sent to a flag shop for production and will be displayed at Town Hall.
- You must be a resident of Harrisburg to enter the contest.
- Each submission must be the original work of the entrant.
- You may submit only one design.
- Entries can be hand-drawn and must fit within a 6" x 10" rectangle, or they can be created electronically and must be 1800 x 3000 pixels, 300 dpi, and in a JPEG or PDF format.
- Each entry must be accompanied by a short summary of your flag's symbolism. Please include your name and address.
- You may include the Town logo, but there must be no other lettering or seals. Please click here for the Town logo.
- Please mail or hand-deliver your entry to Town Hall, 4100 Main St., or email your entry to email@example.com.
- Submissions are due no later than June 1, 2018.