The Villa González municipal flag can be seen in photographs online here and here, and in a video. The flag consists of the municipal coat of arms centered on a white field. The coat of arms shows a pastoral scene with dark green mountains in the background, a farmhouse, green fields, two trees, and a barrel in the foreground. An open book, likely meant to represent the Bible, can be seen in the canton, with a red, white, and blue, bend sinister over all. A blue banner below the shield bears the name of the municipality, while a red banner above the shield bears the motto "Laboriosidad, Cultura y Valor" ("Industriousness, Culture, and Value," according to the Google translator). Randy Young, 27 January 2016
Villa González is a city in Santiago province in north central Dominican Republic. With a population of more than 72,000 in 2012, the city is located about 20 miles from Santiago de los Caballeros. The city was founded in 1915, achieving city status in 1991, and is known for tobacco production.
Source: Wikipedia article Randy Young, 27 January 2016