The Flag of Jalisco Is Official Since February 22, 2008.

The flag of Jalisco consists of two equal vertical stripes of blue and gold, with the state coat of arms in the center. The width-to-height ratio of the flag is 4:7; the height of the coat of arms is three fourths of the flag height. Ribbons of the same colors may be flown above the flag, at the foot of the finial.

The coat of arms of Jalisco was officially adopted in 1989, on the 450th anniversary of the coat of arms of the city of Guadalajara, on which the state arms are based. The shield shows two lions rampant around a golden tree, on a blue field. It has a golden outline charged with seven red crosses. Above the shield is a closed helmet with blue and yellow mantling. The crest is a red flag with a golden Jerusalem cross.

Proposals for new flag of JaliscoEdit

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