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image located by Valentin Poposki, 4 November 2011
The web page at www.fountainvalley.org shows the seal in the standard circular format, with the inner fimbriation in gold and the outer in black. The upper half of the outer circle is deep blue, with the words 'CITY OF FOUNTAIN VALLEY' in large silver block letters. The bottom half of the outer circle is black, with the words 'ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA' in smaller silver block letters. Across the entire width of the seal the words 'Fountain Valley' are written fesswise in gold script. The central image is divided; the upper two-thirds consists of a
blue fountain dividing the green field in two. In the middle distance is a range of dark brown mountains. Overhead there is a pale blue sky with fluffy white clouds, and some sort of geometric figure in blue in the center. The bottom third is also in deep blue, with the city motto, 'A NICE PLACE TO LIVE' in small white block letters. directly below this is some sort of artistic dividing line, with the date of the city's incorporation, June 13, 1957, written in a similar font.
Ron Lahav, 11 October 2004
The flag of the City of Fountain Valley, California, is white with city logo on it. Logo shows "a fountain in the valley". Photo of the flag thanks to Kathy Heard, Deputy City Clerk.
About the city:
"Fountain Valley is a city in Orange County, California. The population was 58,309 according to the 2009 estimate by the California Department of Finance. A classic bedroom community, Fountain Valley is a middle-class residential area." - from Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fountain_Valley,_California.
Official website: http://www.fountainvalley.org.
Valentin Poposki, 28 April 2010