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The flag of Overland Park is the city logo (OP and tree) in green on a white field. A photo of the flag can be seen at
From the site:
"Overland Park was incorporated as a first-class city May 20, 1960 with a population of 28,085. The city now has about 162,600 residents, making it the second most populous city in Kansas. Our geographical area includes about 56 square miles of Johnson County, which is located in the Kansas City metropolitan area."Dov Gutterman, 16 November 2002
Two shades of green are used on the logo - as it is officially prescribed: Three PMS colors create the full-color version of the logo.
1. The tree's foliage is PMS 356
2. "Overland Park" and "Kansas" are PMS 287
3. "OP," "The City of" and the line are PMS 343
On the flag are used just the tree over OP, in different shades of green.
Valentin Poposki, 5 July 2007