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image located by Ned Smith, 21 July 2005
The flag as described in the City of Long Beach Code of Ordinances, § 2-2:
Sec. 2-2. City flag described; use.
(a) The following design is hereby adopted as the design of the official flag of the city: A flag combining the colors of royal blue, white and gold, divided into two (2) diagonal segments of equal dimensions, one of royal blue and one of white, with the royal blue segment being over the white segment and nearest the flagstaff, together with the standard design of the seal of the city in gold upon a royal blue background, with white lettering, in the center of the flag, being equally in each segment; the whole being bound on all sides, except the side nearest the flagstaff, in gold fringe.
(b) The police department and the fire department are authorized to carry and display the official city flag at all their various functions, reviews, parades and receptions.
(Code 1957, §§ 2-104, 2-104.1)
image located by Valentin Poposki, 13 July 2006
The Green Flag of the Port of Long Beach for Environmental Achievement in 2005 is found at www.polb.com/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=43 or
www.oocl.com/cn/press/2006/30March2006(2).htm. The program provides financial incentives and recognition to the Port’s vessel operators who participate consistently in a voluntary speed-reduction program designed to reduce air pollution.
Valentin Poposki, 13 July 2006