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.
Based on the flag of Galicia, Spain. The region where Jalisco currently is was originally called Nueva Galicia. Also included here is the Coat of Arms of Jalisco. By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Based on the flag of Galicia, Spain. Gold and Blue colors of the current flag are preserved here. By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Blue and yellow from original flag (one of only two to not have a solid white background). Turtle represents the abundance of nature in Jalisco, specifically its turtle sanctuaries. By kyrgyzzephyr. 2014.
Jalisco flag - Flag based on coat of arms and colors of New Galicia. Flag proposed by daviddelgadohh (2017).
Jalisco flag in the style of the Spanish flag
The Flag of Jalisco is composed from the sea and sand in blue and yellow, four main prehispanic ethnic groups and the city of Guadalajara, also known as La Perla Tapatía. The placement of the symbols are also inspired in the heraldic flag at the top of the coat of arms. By Ricardo Vazoli, 2016.