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image by Masao Okazaki, 26 April 2020
The City Administration informs me that City of Corona, California, has no flag.
Valentin Poposki, 17 March 2009
Corona, in Riverside County, has a flag.
White field, with seal in center. Blue stripes at top and bottom, with unknown number of gold stars. "California" in white on a blue background, underneath the seal. It seems reasonable that "Corona" would be above the seal.
Dave Fowler, 18 June 2019
image located by Paul Bassinson, 6 May 2019
The website at www.ci.corona.ca.us shows the "Circle City' municipal seal. It reflects this in its shape, with a blue outer circle containing text "To Cherish Our Past [dot] To Plan Our
Future[.]" in white lettering. The background color of the central image is white, and contains an orange attached to a green stem and leaves in the upper part. This orange covers the lower right-hand corner of a golden coronet, which in turn extends to the edge of the outer circle. The word 'CORONA' in large blue italic block letters is written in the middle of the central image, across both the face of the orange and the background, The city motto written in smaller blue block lettering and set off by quotation marks is written beneath 'CORONA', while at the very bottom of the central image are the words in lower-case script 'Incorporated July 13, 1896.'
Ron Lahav, 11 August 2004