Official Seal

The logo depicts the history, the life and aspirations of the Infantahins:

A. Triangle. It signifies the goal for and value of stability in achieving good governance and development in the locality; stability not only in political sphere, but also in economic and social realms.   

B. 1696. The year when Don Diego Mangilaya founded the town of Infanta formerly and mythically named "Binangonan del Ampon."

C. Sun. Infanta is located in the eastern seaboard of the Pacific Ocean, making it  an ideal place to view the rising sun. It also reflects the hope and aspirations of the Infantahins for a promising future.

D. Sierra Madre Mountain. Infanta is located at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountain ranges, the longest range in the Philippines. The mountain provides the Infantahins with beauty and bounty. It also serves as shield for Infanta against storms and heavy rains, that come from the west side of the country.

E. Map of Quezon Province. Being part of Quezon province, the town of Infanta is geographically located in the northern part of the province.

F. Palay Grains. The 36 grains of palay in the logo represent the 36 barangays of Infanta. WIth the municipality's vast riceland, palay farming has become a major source of income for most of the Infantahins.

G. Nipa. It is represented in the logo by kibal, the nipa fruit. Nipa is an indigenous product of Infanta that has several by-products, namely: lamabanog (local wine), vinegar and pawid or nipa shingles. The production of these by-products has become a source of income for the mangrove and estuarine barangays of Infanta.

H. Coconut. The coconut palm is known for its great versatility, which is a characteristic of an Infantahin. Likewise, its seed or fruit provides income to the Infantahin farmers. The propagation of coconut in the locality is promoted because of its great economic potential. 

I. Fish. Infanta is endowed with a vast fishing ground making fishing a major source of income for the coastal barangays. The fish shown in the logo is called tulingan. Tulingan can be caught year-round, unlike other species that are only seasonal. It is envisioned that Infanta shall be known as a basket of tulingan, thus, its promotion through the annual conduct of Tulingan Festival in Infanta.