This flag shows the Fairfield County logo and the motto, “Serve, Connect, Protect.” The county’s economic diversity is represented. The 13 rays of sunshine represent the 13 townships, while the two bands signify the county’s two major cities, Pickerington and the seat of government Lancaster. Agriculture is reflected in the fields on each side. The center structure evokes Rock Mill, a popular destination. Fairfield Medical Center is shown on the left and the Fairfield County Historical Courthouse appears on the right. The flag was designed in 2017 by Martin Barker and a small work group. This county was named by Arthur St. Clair, Governor of the Northwest Territory, because of its beautiful fields.