Symbol of Zama City
||City Emblem Adopted August 13.1952|
|City Logo Adopted April 1.1991
The city logo, based on the letter “Z”, symbolizes the city’s hope for the 21st century.
|Selected Typefaces Adopted April 1. 1991
These four ways of writing the word “Zama” are used to develop a sense of solidarity among all the residents of the city.
|City Color: Vivid Green Adopted April 1. 1991
The residents of Zama had choosen this bright color for their hometown as a symbol of hope and peace.
|City Bird: Great Titmouse Adopted April 1. 1991
The bird was selected to symbolize the need for conservation and to promote greater understanding of wildlife protection.
|City Tree: the fragrant olive Adopted April 1. 1980
The residents had selected this tree to symbolize the need for conservation and to promote greater understanding of wildlife protection.
|City Flower: the sunflower Adopted January 16. 1969
The dark green leaves of the sunflower symbolize the continuous development of the city while the large flower indicates the joint efforts of all the residents to make the city a bright, healthy place to live.