Officially adopted by the city council in 1976, the City of Fayetteville Flag features a yellow symbol on a red flag. The center of the symbol contains the image of a mountain and the words Regnat Populus. The saying means The People Rule in Latin. The word Fayetteville is printed along the top of the yellow symbol. The year the city received its name, 1829, is printed on the bottom of the symbol. The design was created by Michael Browning, an architecture student at the University of Arkansas at the time. The design was chosen from a Boy Scout Troop contest.
The flag is printed with fade resistant colors on durable nylon material. Includes canvas heading and grommets. Allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.