Flag Holidays

NEW YEARS DAY

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY  – Third Monday in January

INAUGURATION DAY –  January 20th

PRESIDENTS’ DAY  – Third Monday in February

MOTHERS’ DAY – Second Sunday in May

PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY May 15th (half staff)

ARMED FORCES DAY – Third Saturday of May

MEMORIAL DAY – Last Monday in May (half staff until Noon)

FLAG DAY –  June 14th

FATHERS’ DAY – Third Sunday in June

INDEPENDENCE DAY – July 4th

LABOR DAY – First Monday in September

PATRIOT DAY – September 11th

CONSTITUTION DAY – September 17th

GOLD STAR MOTHER’S DAY – Last Sunday in September

NATIONAL FIREFIGHTERS’DAY  – The Sunday before or on October 9th

COLUMBUS DAY  – Second Monday in October

NAVY DAY –  October 27th

VETERANS’ DAY – November 11th

THANKSGIVING DAY  – Fourth Thursday in November

PEARL HARBOR REMEMBRANCE DAY –  December 7th (half mast All Day)

CHRISTMAS DAY –  December 25th

STATE BIRTHDAYS AND HOLIDAYS

ALL ELECTION DAYS


DID YOU KNOW????  

When we are required to fly the flag at half mast, the flag should be lowered to the ground and then raised to the half mast point.

The US flag should be flown at half-mast until Noon on Memorial Day.

If the flag is mounted on a short staff or a standing indoor pole where it is not possible to lower it to half mast, it should be left as is with a black mourning bow or black ribbon tied to the top of the pole to indicate mourning.