The flag of Chicago has broader blue stripes and four six-pointed stars all in red. Originally the flag had two stars when it was adopted in 1917. The white stripes represent the North, West and South sides of the city. The two blue stripes symbolize Lake Michigan plus the North Branch of the Chicago River, and South Branch of the Chicago River plus the Great Canal. The symbolism of the stars is complex.
Between the two blue stripes are four red, six-pointed stars arranged in a horizontal row.
This Chicago flag is printed with fade resistant colors on durable nylon material.
Includes canvas heading and grommets.
This flag is made to order and is non-refundable.