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Florissant, Missouri (U.S.)

St. Louis County

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[flag of Florissant, Missouri] image by Eugene Ipavec, 8 July 2009

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Description of the flag

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Sec. 2-14. City flag.
There is hereby approved and adopted, as the city flag, the flag in the form attached to Ordinance No. 2374, on file in the office of the city clerk, and which is hereby made a part hereof. (Code 1980, 1-21)
No image though.
Dov Gutterman, 25 December 2002

Golden and olive green field divided by a white chevron charged with nine olive-green fleurs-de-lys, above it the city seal, containing a shield divided per bend sinister 1. gold fleur-de-lys lion rampant with eagle as crest.
Eugene Ipavec, 8 July 2009

A photo of the flag can be seen at

About the city:
"Florissant is a second-ring suburb of St. Louis, located in northern St. Louis County, Missouri, United States. The city has a total population of 51,387." - from Wikipedia:,_Missouri.
Official city website:
Valentin Poposki, 5 July 2009

"According to Rosemary Davison with Historic Florissant, Inc., the winning design for that city's first and only city flag was approved in 1971. At the top of the flag is the city seal. "Florissant should have been spelled "Fleurissant," she said. The date of 1786 represents the date of the first civil government, and the lion, fleur-de-lis and eagle represent the three flags that have flown over Florissant - Spanish, French and American. A "v" represents the Valley of Flowers. Nine fleur-de-lis represent the city's nine wards. "The white represents a clean, healthy city and the green represents the gift of rich, fertile land," Davison said." by Mary Shapiro
Valentin Poposki, 24 November 2011