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Municipalities in Tirol (Austria): listed by colours

Gemeinden in Tirol

Last modified: 2017-11-11 by rob raeside
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  unicoloured yellow   white with logo    
   blue-white    white-blue    blue-yellow    yellow-blue
   black-white    white-black    black-yellow    yellow-black
   red-white    white-red    red-yellow    yellow-red
   green-white    white-green    green-yellow    yellow-green
   blue-red    red-blue    black-red    red-black
   blue-black    black-green    green-red  
   blue-white-black    blue-white-red    white-black-red  

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Unicoloured flags

yellow flags (with municipal coat-of-arms)
in actual use, although the officially granted colours are different
   
Ellmau (official colours, also used, are yellow-red)
Erl
 (official colours are blue-yellow)
Fieberbrunn
(official colours, also used, are white-red)
Flirsch (official colours are yellow-blue)
Going am Wilden Kaiser (official colours are white-blue)
Grinzens (official colours are yellow-green)
Hochfilzen (official colours, also used, are white-red)
Kaltenbach (official colours are white-blue)
Kartitsch (official colours are yellow-blue)
Oberhofen im Inntal (official colours are white-blue)
Oberlienz (official colours are blue-red)
Sankt Jakob in Defereggen (official colours are white-green)
Sankt Leonhard im Pitztal (official colours are white-red)
Sankt Veit in Defereggen (official colours are black-yellow)
Schwoich (official colours are white-blue)
Serfaus (official colours are red-yellow)
Terfens (official colours are yellow-red)
Tristach (formerly; official colours are yellow-red)
Tux (official colours are white-green)
Virgen (official colours are white-black)
Waidring (official colours are red-black)
Weer (until 1991) (since 1991: black-yellow)
Wildermieming (official colours, also used, are yellow-green)
Zams (official colours are blue-yellow)

white with logo
in actual use, although the officially granted colours are different
   
Imst (official colours are red-white)

Flags with two stripes

blue-white white-blue
     
Angath
Bach
Fließ
Rinn
Roppen
See
Umhausen (actually using blue-white)
Arzl im Pitztal
Dölsach 
Eben am Achensee
Going am Wilden Kaiser (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Götzens
Gries im Sellrain
Grins (actually using white-red)
Hinterhornbach
Kaltenbach (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Kappl
Kirchberg in Tirol
Kirchdorf in Tirol
Kundl
Lans
Mils
Mühlbachl
Oberhofen im Inntal (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Rum 
Schwoich (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Strassen
Umhausen (official colours are white-blue)
Vorderhornbach
Wängle
Wattenberg

blue-yellow yellow-blue
     
Axams
Bad Häring (official colours are yellow-blue)
Erl (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Galtür (official colours are yellow-blue)
Hatting
Kaunerberg
Ladis (actually using white-red)
Mariastein
Nußdorf-Debant 
Pfons
Stanz bei Landeck
Zams (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Absam
Ainet
Amlach
Aschau im Zillertal
Aurach bei Kitzbühel
Bad Häring (actually using blue-yellow)
Biberwier
Flirsch (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Galtür (actually using blue-yellow)
Hainzenberg
Hippach
Höfen 
Kartitsch (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Kaunertal
Kramsach
Langkampfen
Mötz
Pill
Sankt Sigmund im Sellrain
Sankt Ulrich am Pillersee
Stans (actually using white-red)
Steinach am Brenner
Walchsee
Wenns
Wildschönau

black-white white-black
     
Brixen im Thale
Pettnau
Rattenberg
Schwaz
Stams (alternatively using green-white)
Steinberg am Rofan
Zöblen
Fritzens
Innervillgraten
Karres
Virgen (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)

black-yellow yellow-black
     
Aldrans
Fiss
Gerlosberg
Gries am Brenner
Hopfgarten im Brixental
Jochberg
Kaisers
Kals am Großglockner
Lermoos
Matrei in Osttirol
Namlos
Oberperfuss (actually using yellow-black)
Patsch
Pflach
Ramsau im Zillertal
Sankt Veit in Defereggen (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Scharnitz
Telfes im Stubai
Vils
Weer (since 1991) (until 1991: plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Zell am Ziller (variant also white-red)
Abfaltersbach
Häselgehr
Heinfels
Heiterwang
Kolsass
Münster 
Natters
Oberndorf in Tirol
Oberperfuss (official colours are black-yellow)
Reith bei Seefeld (possible alternative version white-red)
Ried im Oberinntal
Westendorf

red-white white-red (also being the colours of the state Tyrol)
     
Außervillgraten
Faggen (official colours are white-red)
Gerlos
Imst (actually using a logo flag)
Imsterberg
Innsbruck
Inzing
Itter (official colours are white-red)
Jenbach (as variant to the official colours white-red)
Kematen in Tirol
Lechaschau
Mieders
Neustift im Stubaital
Obertilliach
Pians (official colours are white-red)
Prutz
Radfeld
Seefeld in Tirol
Sistrans
Tobadill
Tulfes
Völs
Alpbach (official colours are white-green)
Assling
Brixlegg
Faggen (actually using red-white)
Fieberbrunn (alternatively using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Fügen
Fulpmes
Gallzein
Gramais
Grän
Grins (official colours are white-blue)
Gschnitz 
Hochfilzen (alternatively using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Ischgl
Iselsberg-Stronach
Itter (actually using red-white)
Jenbach (also red-white)
Jerzens
Kirchbichl
Kitzbühel (official colours are white-green)
Kössen
Kufstein
Ladis
(official colours are blue-yellow)
Längenfeld
Matrei am Brenner
Mayrhofen
Mieming
Musau
Nassereith
Nauders
Niederndorf
Pfaffenhofen
Pians (actually using red-white)
Reith bei Kitzbühel
Reith bei Seefeld (possible alternative to the official colours yellow-black)
Reith im Alpbachtal
Sankt Anton am Arlberg
Sankt Leonhard im Pitztal (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Schlitters
Silz
Sölden
Stans (official colours are yellow-blue)
Strengen
Tarrenz
Telfs
Uderns
Volders
Vomp
Zell am Ziller (in addition to the officially granted black-yellow)
Zirl

red-yellow yellow-red
     
Buch bei Jenbach
Hall in Tirol
Karrösten
Pettneu am Arlberg (official colours are yellow-red)
Serfaus (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Thiersee
Trins
Ellbögen
Ellmau (alternatively using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Haiming
Holzgau
Kolsassberg
Leisach
Obernberg am Brenner
Pettneu am Arlberg (actually using red-yellow)
Prägraten am Großvenediger
Rettenschöss
Ried im Zillertal
Rohrberg
Schönwies
Stanzach
Stumm
Terfens (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Tristach (formerly: plain yellow with the coat-of-arms)
Untertilliach

green-white white-green
     
Baumkirchen
Elbigenalp
Kauns
Nesselwängle
Oetz 
Pinswang
Reutte
Sankt Johann im Walde
Stams (as alternative to the official colours black-white)
Strass im Zillertal (official colours are white-green)
Tannheim
Achenkirch
Alpbach (alternatively using white-red)
Ampass
Angerberg
Anras
Berwang
Birgitz
Brandenberg
Breitenwang
Bruck am Ziller
Ehrwald
Elmen
Forchach
Kitzbühel (white-red also used)
Landeck
Lavant
Polling in Tirol
Ranggen
Rietz
Sankt Jakob in Defereggen (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Schattwald
Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser
Schlaiten
Schmirn
Schwendau
Sellrain
Steeg
Strass im Zillertal (actually using green-white)
Thaur
Thurn
Tux (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Weerberg
Weißenbach am Lech
Wiesing

green-yellow yellow-green
     
Brandberg
Ehenbichl
Gaimberg
Leutasch (official colours are yellow-green)
Obsteig
Stummerberg
Tösens
(official colours are yellow-green)
Finkenberg
Fügenberg 
Gnadenwald
Grinzens (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Hopfgarten in Defereggen
Leutasch (actually using green-yellow)
Mutters
Navis
Pfafflar
Pfunds
Sautens
Tösens (actually using green-yellow)
Wildermieming (alternatively using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)

blue-red red-blue
     
Mils bei Imst
Niederndorferberg
Oberlienz (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Unterperfuss

blue-black  
    
Breitenbach am Inn  

black-red red-black
     
Bichlbach
Hart im Zillertal
Nikolsdorf
Schwendt
Sillian
Söll
Vals
Ebbs
Fendels
Flaurling
Waidring (actually using a plain yellow flag with the coat-of-arms)
Zellberg

green-red  
     
Jungholz 
Sankt Johann in Tirol
Spiss
 

black-green  
    
Sankt Jakob in Haus
Schönberg im Stubaital
 
 

Flags with three stripes

 
blue-white-black  
    
Wattens  

blue-white-red  
    
Lienz  

white-black-red  
      
Wörgl