This page is part of © FOTW Flags Of The World website

Pacifica, California (U.S.)

San Mateo County

Last modified: 2012-08-16 by rick wyatt
Keywords: pacifica | california | san mateo county |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors

See also:

No flag

The website at shows the seal in the standard circular format and consists of two concentric circles bordered both externally and internally in black. The outer ring contains the words 'CITY OF PACIFICA' in large black block lettering at the top, with the word 'INCORPORATED' similarly written at the bottom followed by a small B&W outline of a circle separating it from the date 'NOV. 22, 1957'. The central image consists of a full frontal portrait mask of a classical figure in blue shadowed gray. An alternative version of this seal can be found at ; in this version the seal in its entirety consists of a green line drawing.
Ron Lahav, 20 March 2005

Pacifica does not have a municipal flag. Outside city hall are the U.S. and the California State flags only. Pacifica does have an official city seal, designed by Ralph Stackpole for the 1939-40 exposition. However documents also record "the official city seal was selected in 1960, on the basis of an artist's competition. The winner was Mr. Ralph Barkey, of Pacifica. The head is a caricature of the statue of Pacifica. The motto, underneath, reads, 'Progress in
Nicole Cuadra, Public Services Librarian, Pacifica, 19 July 2005