Official Seal of the City was
Adopted under SB Resolution No. 97-176
Dated October 14, 1997
Represents the abundance of natural grown forest, flora and fauna, tree farm and other major crops inter planted within the tree farm. It is the Official color of the city.
Represents the potential Riceland, legumes, root crops and other lowland crops which grow whole year round within the city.
Represents copra and logs being the primary products of Bislig.
Represents the vast water resources rich in aquatic resources, such as seaweeds, algae, all kinds of fishes, shells, clams, bivalves and other marine life.
Represents the status of being the only industrialized city in Surigao del Sur, the home of PICOP Resources, Inc. [PRI] – the most advance and the largest papermaker in Southeast Asia. It also represents the large coal deposit.
Represents the white beaches and sampaguita being the official flower of the city.