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image by Randy Young, 9 December 2014
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Municipal flags in Goochland County:
Goochland County lies in central Virginia, along Interstate 64 between the cities of Charlottesville and Richmond. The county is generally seen as a bedroom community for Richmond, with people commuting into Richmond and neighboring Henrico County to work each day.
The flag of Goochland County features the county seal centered on a white field. In a circle around the county coat of arms are the words "GOOCHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA" in black letters, with the year "1727" below the coat of arms to commemorate the county's founding.
Randy Young, 9 December 2014
image by Paul Bassinson, 30 March 2019
Paul Bassinson, 30 March 2019