|Adopted||August 29, 2012|
|Design||Green-blue-green horizontal triband, 1975-spec seal in center|
|Design||A blue circle with one white five-pointed star with two dogwood leaves on a rectangular field of red, with a strip of white and blue on the fly.|
Former flag edit
The former flag used from 1923 to 2012 had a blue circle with one white five-pointed star surrounded by a wreath of oak leaves on a rectangular field of red, with a strip of white and blue on the fly.
Current flag edit
The current flag, adopted 29 August 2012, is a green-blue-green horizontal triband with a modified version of the city's seal in center. The green stripes represent mountains while the blue stripe represents the Tennessee River. The seal was adopted in February 1975, and was designed by George Little.
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- "Chattanooga, Tennessee (U.S.)". FOTW. 14 June 2006.
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