Last modified: 2012-08-16 by rick wyatt
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The website at city.ci.saint-helena.ca.us shows the city seal in a single ringed circular format, with a muddy violet brown background color throughout; the entire image is bordered by a thick dull olive colored ring. At the top of the central image are the words 'CITY OF' in square yellow block lettering, and the words 'SAINT HELENA' are similarly written at the bottom. The image itself consists of a cluster of pale green grapes suspended from a very dark green twig with similarly colored vine leaves at the head of the cluster.
Ron Lahav, 24 June 2005
image located by Valentin Poposki, 15 September 2005
The arms on the flag were used as a logo on the St. Helena website at one time, but no longer. An archived copy of the page is at web.archive.org. There you can see the arms being used as a logo- the image's file name is CityFlagWhite, which prompts two questions: Was there actually a flag or was it just the arms? Were there other versions besides white?
Ned Smith, 16 September 2005