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image provided by Vicki Streeter and James Ferrigan III, 12 February 2007
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- indicates it is reported that there is no known flag.
Municipal flags in Clark County:
Diagonally divided white (upper fly) over blue (lower hoist) with seal in center depicting a desert scene.
James Ferrigan III, 12 February 2007
The current logo for Clark County, Nevada isn't utilized on a flag. Therefore, the county has no up-to-date designated flag. One of the largest population counties in the US without an active flag. The current flag that represents Clark County (shown above) is still erroneously flown at county offices. Thanks to Mark Hall-Patton for flag/logo info.
Flag Inquiry Response:
Your email was forwarded to me. I have checked the museum records, and as far as I can find we do not have an official county flag. The ones that are used at times are either a white or light blue background, with the county seal in the center, though the county seal was changed a few years ago and the flags, when used, use the out of date county seal. I expect this will be corrected in the future.
Clark County Museum
John S. Johnson, 19 September 2014
image by Dirk Schönberger, 3 January 2001
This is a former flag. The county is flying a new flag outside of its office building in Las Vegas. I can't recall seeing this flag except on display in the state capitol, in 25 years of living in Las Vegas.
Nick Christensen, 29 January 2007