Ipoh City Council logo presents the following characteristics:

The two trees on both sides symbolise the Ipoh trees, the origin of the name of the city.
Two tigers on both sides are in accordance with the Federal Regalia..

The undulating yellow platform at the bottom of the logo symbolizes the limestone hills which are abundant in Ipoh area.
The undulating fortress at the top (middle) symbolizes the Dato Laksamana Fort, who is believed to be the first man to open up a settlement in Ipoh.
The moon and star symbolize Islam as the official religion.
The blue undulating horizontal stripe symbolizes the Kinta River which separates Ipoh New Town and Ipoh Old Town..
The three vertical stripes at the bottom (middle) symbolize the State flag.