The flag of Madison, Wisconsin was adopted by the municipal government on April 12, 1962. It consists of a light blue background bisected from lower left to upper right by a white band. These symbolize Lake Mendota and Lake Monona and the isthmus between them. In the center of the flag is a black cross which symbolizes the four lakes (Mendota, Monona, Wingra and Waubesa) as well as the state capitol. Overlaid on the cross is an Indian Sun symbol. (This symbol is similar to the sun symbols seen on the state flag of New Mexico and on the municipal flags of Wichita, Kansas and Albuquerque, New Mexico.)
100% all-weather nylon digitally printed flags. All city flags are made to order. Please allow a 10-12 day lead time for delivery.