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- indicates flag is known.
- indicates it is reported that there is no known flag.
In New York, as in a number of U.S. states, the standard state division of "county" is further subdivided (completely, unless cities or villages are created from them) into "towns." To keep these from being confused with the usual meaning of "town" (i.e., a large village), these are sometimes called "townships." The list below contains cities and towns/townships and villages.
*Communities so marked have responded that they do not have a flag.
Paul Bassinson, 30 November 2018
(?) = Communities which have unconfirmed flags that are the result of reports without evidence, do not take them as real flags.
David Sigley, 14 July 2023