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image located by Dave Fowler, 16 June 2019
The City of Oxnard has informed it has no flag.
Valentin Poposki, 30 May 2009
Wikipedia depicts this flag, which indicates in Spanish that it is a sister
city of Ocatlan, in Jalisco, Mexico.
I do not know the provenance of this flag, or whether it is a true city flag.
Dave Fowler, 16 June 2019
image located by Paul Bassinson, 18 May 2019
A version of the municipal seal can be found at http://ci.oxnard.ca.us , while a municipal logo can be found on the web site of a private company
http://www.marktheobald/com/CityofOxnard.jpg . In all cases the municipal seal actually consists of two seals, but the basic design and central imagery differ extensively. The version given at the the first URL consists of two overlapping circular seals, outlined externally at the top in bright yellow and old gold at the bottom; this pattern is repeated with regard to the internal border of the left hand seal only. The outer rings of both seals are blue, and the top of the left hand seal has the words 'CITY OF' in gold block lettering at the 10 o'clock position. while at the bottom of the outer ring of the right hand circle and running along the lower right is the word 'CALIFORNIA' similarly written. In the first version of the municipal emblem the central image of the left hand seal is blank, while the central image of the right hand circle
depicts a pale blue sky with a golden palm tree on a golden shore lapped by blue waves. Running diagonally from lower left to upper right across both central images is the word 'Oxnard' in golden upper and lower case script lettering underlined blue.
Ron Lahav, 20 March 2005
Oxnard has a flag created for the 1976 bicentennial: ark.cdlib.org
Valentin Poposki, 11 November 2005