[HISTORY: Adopted as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Article I Official Seal
Article II Official Color and Flag
[Adopted by the Board of County Commissioners (now County Council) 6-11-1968]
[Amended 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 2008-01]
The Official Seal for the County shall consist of a river scene which will reflect the water itself, together with a scene of the sky, and on which shall be shown a male mallard duck in flight, and underneath the male duck shall be a female mallard duck also in flight. In addition, to the left of the heads of the ducks in flight shall be shown a cluster of cattails and reeds. In addition, a thin black and orange border line shall surround the scene described above, surrounded by a crimson red border with "Cecil County" in white letters symmetrically located around the top of the border and "1674" in white located horizontally across the bottom of the border, and a thin black and orange border line surrounding the entire Seal.
[Added 7-19-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-09]
A certificate of registration was issued under the seal of the Copyright Office in accordance with Title 17, United States Code, and attests that registration has been made for the County Seal. The effective date of registration is November 15, 2010.
The Cecil County Council shall by resolution develop guidelines for use of the County Seal.
[Adopted 1974, ch. 285, § 1; 1970 Code, Sec. 32-11 (Ch. 13 of the 1990 Code of Public Local Laws); amended in its entirety 11-13-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-12 ]
Crimson is reaffirmed as the official County color and the official color of the flag of Cecil County.