city seal

COLOR SYMBOLS
RED:Symbolizes growth, strength, vigilance and courage.
BLUE:Represents justice, intellectuality, tranquility and understanding.
WHITE:Symbolizes purity, benevolence and propitiousness.
GREEN:Stands for abundance, vigour, vitality and viability.
CIRCLE 
A symbol of continuing unity and commitment of dedicated public service with the inscription of the name of the City of San Fernando.
SHIELD 
In the middle of the circle is a white shield depicting sustained Peace, Order and Security and is divided into four (4) parts: the center, the upper portions, and the left and right sides.
MAP 
In the center of the shield is a red heart with the map of the city as its center, seat of national government offices in Region I and capital of the province.

On the upper part of the white shield are the three (3) major modes of transportation: airplane for the International Airport; locomotive as an alternate land transportation and the pier with anchored ships as an International Port of Entry.
AIRPLANE, LOCOMOTIVE AND PIER WITH ANCHORED SHIP 
On the upper part of the white shield are the tree (3) major modes of transportation: airplane for International Airport, locomotive as an alternate land transportation and the pier with the anchored ship as an International Port of Entry.
THREE (3) FISHING BOATS 
On the left portion of the shield are the fishing boats representing the year-round major family livelihood of coastal residents.
THREE (3) TOBACCO LEAVES 
On the right lower portion of the shield are tobacco leaves representing the traditional major source of income of local farmers after the rice harvest.
TWELVE (12) CORNERED CIRCLE 
Encircling the white shield is a twelve (12) cornered circles, representing the Councilor Districts, with the fifty nine (59) barangays represented by the fifty nine (59) gears.
SCROLL 
Beneath the shield and floating in a field of blue is the City’s motto “Agay-ayat Kadakayo Amin” (We Love You All), aptly projecting peace, respect and love.