The official flag of the County of Los Angeles is blue, green and gold.
The blue signifies clear skies. The green border is to keep Los Angeles beautiful and the gold lettering “County of Los Angeles” stands for the land of opportunity for everyone since gold was discovered in California The seal is the official seal of the County of Los Angeles.
The flag was approved on October 17, 1967 by the Board of Supervisors and flew for the first time in front of the County Courthouse on March 28, 1968. (Former Supervisor Kenneth Hahn designed the flag. It was drawn by Alan Ferber, chief of the County's graphic arts section.)