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City Logo

In late 1995 a public competition was conducted to design and create the City's corporate logo. Joint winners of the competition were Renato Perino and Paul Glasson. The logo was adopted by the Council on 12 February 1996.

The City of Vincent's logo combines some of the elements that characterise the diversity of the area:

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THE SUN - symbolising warmth and energy, reflecting the pleasant lifestyle in this area.

tree2.gif THE TREE BRANCH - symbolising the lush, well-kept parks and gardens and a strong commitment to a clean, healthy and safe environment which are aspects of the City of Vincent's outdoors.
bird2.gif THE BIRD - symbolising peace, harmony and friendliness which prevails within the City.
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THE CORNICE - symbolising the architectural and historic aspect of the area, and featuring on many character houses and buildings, some of which were built in the late 1890s and early 1900s.

The Diamond Shape

- symbolising strength and prosperity.

The Colour Values

- maroon/deep red are closely associated with the heritage and represent action, youth and vitality which symbolises the City. The direct opposite colour is green/blue and represents strength and reliability.

Trademarks

The constructions "Town of Vincent" and "Beatty Park Leisure Centre", together with their respective logos, are registered trademarks. All uses must be authorised by the City of Vincent. Applications to use these trademarks should be directed to Communications

Administration and Civic Centre

244 Vincent Street (cnr Loftus Street)

Leederville, Western Australia, 6007

PO Box 82, Leederville, 6902

Telephone: (08) 9273 6000

Fax: (08) 9273 6099

Email: mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

After Hours: (08) 9273 6061 - emergencies only