A culture-rich and ecologically-balanced Bago City where wealth is shared by its empowered and self-reliant and citizenry living in an agri-industrial economy under a responsive and accountable governance
To improve the quality of life of every Bagonhon to sustainable development and good governance
The Official Seal of Bago City
Monument – monument of General Juan Araneta urging his co-Bagonhons to fight against the oppression and tyranny of the Spaniards.
Mountain – Mount Kanla-on which marks the city boundaries.
Rice Stalk and Sugar Cane Plant – represent the two major crops of the city
Golden Background– symbolic of the high aspirations of the people of Bago City and Valladolid, on the east by the cities of San Carlos and Canloan and on the south by La Carlota.
The Official Symbols of the City
City Hero – General JUAN ANACLETO ARANETA
City Flower – Tungao-tungao
City Tree – Bago Tree
City Bird – Mana-ul or Philippine Eagle
City Animal – Carbao or Carabao
City Color – Blue and Gold
City Song – Bago March