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San Ramon, California (U.S.)

Contra Costa County

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[flag of San Ramon, California] image located by Valentin Poposki, 29 December 2011
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Description of the flag

The flag of San Ramon shows its emblem, a crow against the sun as it flies over the hilly landscape of San Ramon. The crow was suggested to be the flag because of the street Crow Canyon Blvd, and the quantity of crows which live in the city. This flag was adopted in 1983 when San Ramon became a city. This flag flies at the park, several shopping centers, and the city hall. I have seen one other variation of this flag. It had the words "Crow Canyon" below the picture in black instead of San Ramon in its robin-blue colors.
Daniel Green, 26 August 2003

[The crow emblem can be seen on the City Council web page, but unfortunately no flag has been located yet - Editor.]

  1. There is a flag for the city of San Ramon and it is flown in several places.
  2. It is white with most of the elements of the seal at the City Council web page on it in the colors shown, green hills, black crow, yellow-gold sun and "San Ramon" in blue.
  3. The wind wouldn't cooperate, but it appears that "California" may not be on the flag below the "San Ramon".
  4. The circle around the elements shown in the image does not appear on the flag. What appears in the image is a city seal on a wall.
  5. The elements extend the full width of the flag with some clear space at the edges, not just a seal in the center.
Michael P. Smuda, 2 September 2003