Collection: Utah

The Beehive Flag is the official flag of the U.S. State of Utah. At the top, a blue stripe symbolizes Utah's vast skies and lakes, as well as fundamental principles such as faith, knowledge, and freedom. The white stripe is divided into five peaks, which represent the snowy peaks of Utah's mountains, evoking peace and honoring the state's eight Tribal nations.

Below, a red-rock canyon stripe signifies Southern Utah's majestic landscapes and the spirit of perseverance, nodding to the red elements on the United States flag. Outlined by a gold rim, the hexagon shape contains a beehive, symbolizing prosperity, unity, and Utah's motto 'Industry'. Below the beehive is a five-pointed star, representing hope and commemorating 1896, the year Utah attained statehood and became the 45th star on the American flag, representing the state's allegiance to the nation.

Text modified from "Flag of Utah" on Wikipedia which is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.

Orders $50.00 or more ship free.

Order by 3pm Eastern Time M-F and most orders
ship the same day.

Attention City and County Governments, Public Schools, Colleges and Universities

We accept purchase orders from the organizations shown above.  See details, click here