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The Arizona flag has a copper star in the center. The top half of the field has 13 stripes of red & yellow, and the lower half is dark blue.
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If you love the Grand Canyon State, show your pride with this high-quality Arizona state flag. We offer a wide variety of sizes, including the standard flag size of 3’ x 5’.

Our flag of Arizona is made in America from strong nylon, a material that is designed to wave in light winds and is mildew-resistant. These flags are printed with fade-resistant inks for vibrancy that can handle the outdoors. To complete an outdoor display, pair this Arizona flag with any of our outdoor flagpoles.


  • American-made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading*
  • Brass grommets*

*We utilize header and grommets for flags smaller than 8' x12' and rope and galvanized thimbles for larger sizes, ensuring added strength.

Note: Never use a hot iron on your flag without first reading our flag ironing instructions.

Looking for a more formal Arizona flag for your indoor display? Check out our Arizona flag finished with gold fringe

Arizona Flag Meaning and History

In 1910, Colonel Charles W. Harris designed the flag we see today when the Arizona rifle team went to the national matches. At the time, Arizona had no official state flag, and he wanted one to represent the territory. This flag was later adopted by Arizona’s Third Legislature in 1917. 

Col. Harris’s design is split into two halves. The bottom half is the same national blue as the United States flag. The top half has thirteen alternating red and yellow rays that represent the 13 original colonies. These are designed to look like a setting sun because Arizona is a state in the west. The red and yellow colors are taken from the Spanish flags that were carried by Coronado when he came to Arizona in 1540. The large copper star in the middle represents Arizona and the fact that it is the largest producer of copper in the United States.

Why are Arizona flags at half mast or staff today?

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Other Details

Capitol: Phoenix
Flag Adopted: July 25, 1917
Entered Union: February 14, 1912
Motto: "Ditat Deus" / "God enriches"
Nickname: The Grand Canyon State, The Copper State
Known For: Desert Climate, Grand Canyon
State Bird: Cactus Wren
State Flower: Saguaro Cactus Blossom
State Mammal: Ring-Tailed Cat
Famous Arizonan: Emma Stone, Stevie Nicks, Cesar Chavez, Danielle Fishel, Shawn Michaels, Geronimo