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Posted on: April 5, 2022

Committee meeting scheduled to select Fish Island Preserve logo

Three logo samples with color variations

The public is invited to attend and offer input

On Wednesday, May 4, at 5:00pm, in The Alcazar Room of City Hall, located at 75 King St, a staff-appointed Fish Island Logo Committee will meet to discuss re-design options and make a final selection for the Fish Island Preserve logo. The public is encouraged to attend and offer feedback in person.  Input can also be provided via email at by Wednesday, April 27, at 12:00pm.

The three final logos with the color variations are available here: Logo 1, Logo 2, Logo 3.  Click the link to view/download the samples, each with several color variations.

The committee will review three logo designs created by Hybrid Designs, the City’s contractor, offered with various color combinations, and select one final logo design.  At a previous public meeting, ten grayscale logo designs were offered, and the committee narrowed the selection down to three. 

The chosen logo will be presented to the City Commission at its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, May 23, for final approval. 

For media inquiries, contact Melissa Wissel, Communication Director, at 904.293.3307 or by email at

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