Osceola County Flag
J. Luann Griffin designed the official county flag shortly after the county logo was created. She used several elements from it, including the lettering, the oval the date banner and the radiating lines.
Ms. Griffin described her design in the county's 1987 Centennial Book as "a bust of Chief Osceola emblazoned with a banner proclaiming the year of the founding of Osceola County, is highlighted by a brilliant sunburst representing the name he was commonly known as, 'The Rising Sun.' The oval containing the bust rests on a band of traditional Seminole handiwork in tribute to the Seminole Chief for whom Osceola County was named. The background color, yellow, is representative of Osceola County sunshine, nurturing residents and drawing visitors to our beautiful county."