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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The City of Springfield is collecting public input through Aug. 18 about the current Springfield flag and whether the City should consider adopting a new flag. Those interested in sharing their feedback can participate in an online or paper survey available at Springfield-Greene County Library District branches, Coffee Ethic, Mudhouse and Hotel Vandivort.
Participants will have the opportunity to submit their own flag design in addition to providing feedback about the current Springfield flag and a proposed new flag. Results from the survey will be provided to City Council to advise further action.
“A city flag should elicit feelings of civic pride,” says Cora Scott, director of Public Information and Civic Engagement for the City of Springfield. “City Council wants to know if Springfield citizens connect with the current City flag, or whether it’s time to reimagine it with a new design and symbolism.”
For more information, please contact Cora Scott at 417-380-3352 or [email protected]