Originally the College of the Sacred Heart, Regis University outgrew its original home in Morrison and moved to Northwest Denver in the late 1800’s on 40 acres of farmland donated by John Brisben Walker. The land not used by the University was subdivided into the rest of the existing neighborhood. The flag's diagonals, and gold and blue are borrowed from the University’s crest, while the green rows symbolize the crops that once grew in the area. Photo and history credit: Steve Chester
Steve Chester has done a great job at incorporating facts, history, and knowledge of each neighborhood in Denver into a flag. He also does a great job at keeping flag design simple
If you are interested in creating a flag for your community, club, or school please do not hesitate to ask for any advice.