Duluth Flag Project
Originally identified as a transformative opportunity in the Imagine Duluth 2035 comprehensive plan update, the Duluth Flag Project is a community design initiative to create a recognizable and inclusive flag for the City. For an overview of the project timeline click HERE.
We are proud to announce the winning design from the Duluth Flag Project pictured below! A big thank you and congratulations to Blane Tetreault who designed the new flag. For more information on the design check out the press release. The Duluth City Council adopted the new flag via resolution 19-0559R at their August 19 meeting. Stay tuned for details on a public flag raising ceremony later this September.
For a .pdf of the new flag design, click HERE and for a .png of the flag click HERE.
Thank you to our nine finalists from the flag contest! Public voting ran from May 22nd to June 21st. We appreciate your vote!
Congratulations to our Duluth Flag Project semi-finalists! The Flag Committee carefully chose these 41 designs out of 195 total submissions during the first round of judging on April 29th. For the semi-finalist design descriptions, click HERE.
Meet our Flag Committee! These nine volunteers were appointed to help choose the next Duluth flag because of their strong abilities to provide input and expertise from a variety of fields and backgrounds.
Click HERE to view the Flag Committee meeting packet from April 29th that summarizes both the survey results and flag entries.
The flag contest and survey link was open from January 31st to April 12th. Thank you for your submissions!
Thank you for helping us create a new symbol for our city!