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Voting To Open For Finalist For New City Flag

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Spokane’s city Flag Commission says it has picked a dozen finalists for a new city flag. They were chosen from 400 citizen submissions.


The commission says it and the city library system will soon open an online portal where residents can see and rank the finalists. The voting will open during the first week of April and remain open for a month.

The commission said you’ll need a Spokane Library card to cast a vote. That’s available for free to both city and Spokane County residents. You can go to the Spokane city library website to register if you don’t already have a card.  


The winning flag will replace the current version, which was adopted in 1977.

One of the Northwest's most seasoned reporters is returning to his SPR roots. Doug Nadvornick will be heard frequently on KPBX and KSFC reporting on local news.