Pulaski County unveiled a new brand identity today, which includes a new logo for Pulaski County, along with a county seal and identity system for other departments within the Pulaski County Administration.
“The new identity reflects our commitment to bringing Pulaski County and its residents into the 21st century,” said Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde. “Many residents are unaware of the services offered by the county government. It’s our hope that residents will see this rebrand as part of an investment in improving services.”
The Pulaski County seal is designed for formal display in Quorum Court and on official proclamations and citations. The artwork represents the local landscape, waterways and infrastructure overseen by the county. The seal also features eight stars representing the number of cities that call the county home as well as the year the county was founded, 1818.
Pulaski County offers a wide variety of services for residents including animal control, sanitation, youth services, community services and much more. Structures that were built and are maintained by Pulaski County include Big Dam Bridge, Two Rivers Park and the Junction Bridge.
The last update made to Pulaski County brand was in 1991.