Days of Importance for Flag Display 
Including those at Half Staff:

January

January 1 - New Years Day

3rd Monday in January - Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Day

January 20 (Once Every Four Years) - Inauguration Day

February

February 12 - Lincoln’s Birthday

3rd Monday in February - President’s Day

March / April

Easter

April

April 6 - Army Day

3rd Monday in April - Patriot’s Day (Not to be Confused with Patriot Day)

May

May 15 (Half Staff) - Peace Officers Memorial Day

2nd Sunday in May - Mother’s Day

3rd Saturday in May - Armed Forces Day

Last Monday in May (Half Staff Until Noon) - Memorial Day

June

June 14 - Flag Day

3rd Sunday in June - Father’s Day

July

July 4 - Independence Day

July 27 - Korean War Veterans Day

September

1st Monday in September - Labor Day

September 9 - California’s (Birthday) Admission as 31st State to the United States of America

September 11 (Half Staff) - Patriot Day

September 17 - Constitution Day

October

1st Sunday in October (Half Staff) - Start of Fire Prevention Week

2nd Monday in October - Columbus Day

October 27 - Navy Day

November

1st Tuesday After 1st Monday in November - Presidential Election Day

November 11 - Veterans Day

4th Thursday in November - Thanksgiving Day

December

December 7 (Half Staff) - Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

December 25 - Christmas Day

And those days proclaimed by the President of the United States, Birthdays of States, State & Local Holidays, & Election Days. 

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Other Days Flag is to be Flown at Half Staff:









For 30 days - Death of a president or former president.

For 10 days - Death of a vice president, Supreme Court chief justice/retired chief justice, or speaker of the House of Representatives.

From death until the day of interment - Supreme Court associate justice, member of the Cabinet, former vice president, president pro-tempore of the Senate, or the majority and minority leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives. Also for federal facilities within a state or territory, for the governor.

On the day after the death - Senators, members of Congress, territorial delegates or the resident commissioner of the commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

Further, the flag is always flown at half-staff at four locations in the United States. These locations are Post Cemetery at Mackinac Island in Michigan, Punchbowl in Honolulu, the Gettysburg National Cemetery, and Arlington National Cemetery.
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