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Roseville, California (U.S.)

Placer County

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Description of the flag

The Roseville (Placer County) flag is the city logo (city name and a rose) in blue and red over a fringed white background. The flag can be seen behind the city council at
Dov Gutterman, 20 October 2002

The website at shows a logo and a seal. The logo consists of the name of the city written in three lines of text, with each line written in a different font. The word 'ROSEVILLE' is written in large stylized blue capital letters, with the letter 'v' being represented as the stem of a rose, with a purple rose at the top of the letter. What appears to be the municipal seal can be found as the centerpiece of the Roseville Police Department badge, which can be seen at In any event, the central image of the police badge features an armed and helmeted Minerva; she is wearing gold vestments trimmed in bister brown, and her sword and shield are similarly colored. Above her is a pale blue sky, with the dates 1854/1904 written in very thin bister; it appears as if Britannia is pointing to them with her upraised right hand. To the right of this martial figure is an agricultural scene, also in gold, with a rayed bister colored sun to the extreme left of the central image. The entire image is encircled by a ring of cable laid rope.
Ron Lahav, 24 June 2005