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Posted on: December 13, 2019

City of Clear Lake Shores unveils new City Seal

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Clear Lake Shores, TX – Friday, December 13, 2019 – The City of Clear Lake Shores unveiled a new City Seal that reflects and strengthens the vision and mission of the City.

The new seal, updated by Mayor Kurt Otten, presents Clear Lake Shores as a family-friendly community that is proud to be part of the Yachting Capital of Texas.

“This design reflects our great city and features everything that makes us unique,” said Mayor Otten. “The ship’s wheel represents the entire community that enjoys a lifestyle surrounded by boating activities. We embrace the unique spirit of our residents, preserve and affirm our distinct identity, and foster responsible growth and economic development.”

The  center of the seal highlights other symbols. Starting from the top and moving clockwise:

Blue and yellow birds flying together: This icon symbolizes the free spirit of the community and highlights our working relationship with the Clear Lake Shores Economic Development Corporation (EDC). This icon is also part of the EDC logo and by sharing this graphic, we recognize that their leadership is crucial and necessary for the growth of our city.

Two seagulls standing on a pole: This symbolizes the strength of the community. Throughout the years, our residents have demonstrated that they will always stand together in unison, ready for anything that comes our way.

Sailboat: The sailboat symbolizes our boating community and the sense of pride the residents share for living in the Yachting Capital of Texas.

Palm trees: They represent the great “Island Life” we have, where every sunset is celebrated while we look forward to every sunrise!

“This new design also reflects the direction of Clear Lake Shores,” said Councilwoman Angie Terrell. “Our community is growing and adapting to the new generations, however, we will always pay homage to our past. We are a unique forward-thinking community that preserves our small-town atmosphere.”


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