Design-a-Flag Annual Contest

2018 Design-a-Flag Contest Open through May 4

Youth ages 8 to 11 are invited to share their artistic visions of Firestone through the second annual Design-a-Flag contest, sponsored by the Firestone Cultural Committee. Contest entrants must be Firestone residents or they must attend a Firestone school. The winning flag designer will be announced at this year's 4th at Firestone celebration and the winning flag will be permanently displayed in Firestone Town Hall. 

Entries can reflect any subject matter, vision or concept the designer wants to communicate. The Firestone Cultural Committee will choose three finalists, and the Firestone Town Board will select the winning entry from one of the top three.

Details and entry forms are here.

Meet the 2017 Design-a-Flag Winner 

Photo of Mayor Sorensen and Eli with the 2017 flag he designedWhen Elias C. heard about the Town of Firestone’s flag design contest earlier this year, he got right to work studying up on best practices of flag design to position himself for his big win. Eli submitted the winning flag design entry in the Town’s inaugural contest, selected by members of the Town’s Cultural Committee and Board of Trustees, offering this description of his flag:

"The flag I designed for the city of Firestone has many aspects that show the fair city best. The green bar symbolizes prosperity and farmland. The white bar symbolizes the St. Vrain trail. The blue bar symbolizes the St. Vrain river, which is to the north. Finally, the five rising black stars symbolize the five coal mines that gave birth to the town. This is a flag that represents Firestone to its fullest.” 

Read the full article here.