The flag of Brazlandia was created in June in a competition open to the public, launched in 1992 by the Regional Administrator Ronan Batista,
with the requirement it had a symbol that represents the three pioneer families of Brazlandia. The winner of the competition was the teacher Cícero José de Jesus.
ASPECTS OF THE FLAG:
The color blue refers to the potential of the region's waters at the time, responsible for supplying much of the consumption of DF.
The color green refers to the potential agriculture also being
responsible for much of the production consumed in the Federal District.
The three pillars is the symbol of the pioneers and was the only requirement of the competition.
The white geometric figures are an allusion to the development of the city in line with the architecture of palaces of Brasilia.
The tractor is a direct reference to the agricultural potential that characterizes us.