The city flag of Palouse, Washington, was designed by Palouse native Moses Boone and adopted in 2019. The green background symbolizes Palouse's natural surroundings and the Evergreen State (Washington). The design includes a figure-eight follow-through knot, formed by the joining of two cords, symbolizing the strength and unity of Palouse. The blue cord symbolizes the Palouse River, which flows through the heart of town, and the yellow cord symbolizes agriculture (color of grain) and commerce.
Flags are quality-made in the USA by Seattle Flagmakers and made of 200 denier nylon, for optimal durability and quality of flying. Finished with canvas heading and brass grommets.
Available in 2 sizes: 16" x 24" and 3' x 5' (3' x 5' size shown in pictures).