Colorado Springs Flag
The plan for the flag was submitted to Colorado Springs City Council in the summer of 1912 by Dr. Caroline Spencer, in behalf of the Civic League. The official resolution adopting the flag contained this description: "The white field is intended to represent the cleanliness and health of the city; the blue border our blue skies; the shield carries the sun, of which we are justly proud; the mountains stand for Pikes Peak and on it are pictured the gold ingots of our mining industries; the green band about the shield represents the park system surrounding the city."[1].
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