1,000 Flags
The American Flag is a symbol of pride and freedom for all Americans. As a City of 1,000 Flags, Turlock will be known as a community who is exhibiting its patriotism and appreciation for our Country.

The City of Turlock encourages all residents, businesses and civic organizations to display the American Flag to achieve the 1,000 Flag goal by Veterans Day 2017. For our City to reach the goal of 1,000 Flags, you can begin with displaying your flag at your home or business from Memorial Day through Veterans Day.
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United States Flag Etiquette

Below are a few flag etiquette reminders:
  • Do not let the flag touch the ground
  • Do not fly the flag upside down, unless there is an emergency
  • Do not store the flag where it can get dirty
  • Do not fasten it or tie it back. Always allow it to fall free
  • Do not draw on or otherwise mark the flag
  • Display only from sunrise to sunset if illumination is not provided. If illuminated, the Flag may be displayed 24 hours per day.

Proper Flag Disposal

Tattered American flags can be dropped off at any of the following Turlock Fire Stations:
  • Fire Station 31, 540 E. Marshall
  • Fire Station 32, 791 S. Walnut Road
  • Fire Station 33, 501 E. Monte Vista Avenue
  • Fire Station 34, 2820 N. Walnut Road

City of Turlock Flag Policy

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Register Your Flag

Help us track the number of flags in Turlock by registering your flag's location in the form below.

Are you a veteran?

Which branch?

Where is your flag being displayed?

Please describe the location:

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