Wichita City Flag

The flag of Wichita has a blue circle depicting a native American sun on a bold red and white background. It is described by the city as “Three red and three white rays alternate from an off-center blue sun. The rays are the path of freedom to come and go as one pleases. The blue disc represents happiness, contentment. Stitched on the blue sun is an Indian symbol for hogan or permanent home. It's a white circle with four sets of three parallel rays emanating from the circle's principal axis.”

Nylon outdoor Wichita flag with header & grommets for mounting.


The current Wichita flag was adopted in 1937. It was designed by a local artist, Cecil McAlister.

If you're looking for a Wichita, Kansas flag in a size or mounting type not shown here, please call.

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Size Mounting Type Material Item Code Price
2x3' Header & Grommets Nylon vMC2X3NWIC1
3x5' Header & Grommets Nylon vMC3X5NWIC1
4x6' Header & Grommets Nylon vMC4X6NWIC1
5x8' Header & Grommets Nylon vMC5X8NWIC1
6x10' Header & Grommets Nylon vMC610NWIC1