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Lombard, Illinois (U.S.)

DuPage County

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[Lombard, Illinois flag] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 1 July 2008

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Description of the flag

 Lombard is about a half-hour outside Chicago.
Christopher Bedwell, 10 June 2008

The flag is an irregularly divided purple-white-green horizontal tricolor, with the seal in the center and slogan "The Lilac Village" on the fly end of the white stripe.

(A) There is hereby adopted an official flag for the village which is described as follows:
Three horizontal stripes of orchid-purple, white, and green, with the center white stripe stylized so as to half enclose with a laurel wreath the official village seal as described in § 11.02 below, with the words "The Lilac Village" in sky magenta script on the white stripe to the right of said seal and wreath.
(B) This flag shall be recognized as the official flag of the village.
(C) The Village shall keep on hand a sufficient quantity of official flags so as to be able to honor all requests for said official flag. Where a not-for-profit educational or civic service organization requests an official flag, said official flag shall be provided at no cost. All other individuals or entities (whether for profit or not-for-profit) requesting an official flag shall be charged the Village's actual cost for having said official flag made, along with the Village's actual costs in regard to processing said request and delivering said official flag. ('70 Code, Ch. 1.12) (Ord. 1022, passed 3-18-63; Ord. 3965, passed 6/2/94)

(A) There is hereby adopted a corporate seal for the village, which shall be known and designated as the official corporate seal of the Village of Lombard.
(B) This seal shall be recognized as the official seal of the village. ('70 Code, Ch. 1.08) (Ord. 929, passed 11-13-61)

Dov Gutterman, 28 October 2002