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The Utah Department of Cultural & Community Engagement recently commissioned a survey to better understand Utahns sentiments surrounding the Utah state flag and a potential redesign. What we found was evidence that it's time for a conversation about who we are as Utahns.


Designing a new state flag offers Utahns the chance to talk about who we are now. It’s a chance to talk about the symbols and colors that represent our shared identity. Together, we can design a 21st-century flag to represent a 21st-century state.


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We Want To Hear From Utahns Everywhere

The More Than A Flag initiative invites ideas about our shared identity from Utahns throughout the state. We're excited to know what you think makes this place and our people distinctive. Thinking about the elements of a new flag gives us a chance to talk about what elements – in terms of colors and symbols – could represent all of us. 

During the campaign More Than A Flag, we will be administering a survey to help us understand Utahns ideas about our shared identity. We're excited to know what you think makes this place and our people distinctive. Thinking about the elements of a new flag gives us a chance to talk about what elements – in terms of colors and symbols – could represent all of us.

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The Task Force and Subcommittees

The nine-member Utah State Flag Task Force was established during the 2020 legislative session via H.B.250. The engagement plan will be implemented by the Utah Department of Cultural and Community Engagement with the help of six community-based subcommittees with expertise to help guide the redesign.


Additionally, each Task Force member will serve on one of six subcommittees. More than 100 volunteers — representing a range of ages, expertise, and geographic diversity — have been tapped to provide expert advice on different aspects of the statewide initiative and redesign process.


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