, the city has posted a request for feedback on its . The city's website shows all the old and new logo possibilities and briefly details the history of the current logo and seal.
According to the website, any new logo would be trotted out during the natural course of events and would not require replacement costs.
"It is proposed to coincide with the community's 125th Anniversary celebration as part of a stepped-up economic development campaign and reflective of Monrovia's progress in recent decades," the website states. "The proposed logo would be substituted for the current artwork on street signs, letterhead, city vehicles, etc. over time--as those items are replaced in the natural course of events--thus avoiding replacement costs."
Residents are asked to send comments, suggestions, or drawings of their own logo ideas to email@example.com before May 13. The council will take up the subject of the logo again after Monrovia Day on May 14, according to the website.