The City of Vodice, now one of increasingly few cities in Croatia without an approved coat of arms and flag, published recently a public contest for their design. If you are inspired and find time for it, see details at http://www.grad-vodice.hr i.e. http://www.grad-vodice.hr/assets/files/javni_poziv_grb.pdf
The dead-line is 2nd November 2010. If you decide to run, we wish you much success.
The competition was run, some designs were chosen, and eventually one among them was singled out. However, it was not entirely pleasing to the city councilors, while in the mean time, a seal used by Vodice was discovered in archives, and as it appears, the story come only so far.
“O novom grbu na slijedećoj sjednici Gradskog vijeća”, 18.8.2011. (see copy at web.archive.org)
“Vijećnici odabrali favorita”, 07.09.2011. (see copy at web.archive.org)Nedavno otkriveni pečat Obćine Vodice 5.1.2012.
Eventually, on 9 December 2015 a new design was adopted depicting azure a wellhead argent and in chief an olive branch vert fructed of six or, and the flag of light blue with that arms in the centre, after a proposal by Bojan Livaković, an architect from Zagreb. The Ministyr of Administration approved the design on 13 November 2015.