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The local government bodies consist of nine Regional Corporations and five municipalities in Trinidad and the Tobago House of Assembly in Tobago.
The nine Regional Corporations are the

The five towns with municipality status are the Boroughs of

Source: <>.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 1 April 2006

Please note that a (poorly designed) table of related info online at Wikipedia does have a column header labelled "flag", although its column is empty. This might mean that all 9 Regional Corporations and 5 Municipalities of Trinidad and Tobago either have flags or are expected to have.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 June 2010

This from the official website of the Ministery of Local Government, on which one can find several pages of trvia about the minister himself, but apparently not reach (using the nav menu) the pages about the Municipalities and Regions. Using my web ferreting mad skills, though, I am able to give you these:

Couva/Tabquite/Talparo Regional Corporation

Diego Martin Regional Corporation

Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation

Penal/Debe Regional Corporation

Princes Town Regional Corporation

San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation

Sangre Grande Regional Corporation

Siparia Regional Corporation

Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation


Arima Borough Corporation

Chaguanas Borough Corporation

Point Fortin Borough Corporation

Port Of Spain City Corporation

San Fernando City Corporation

(Tobago is missing.) Maybe all of these have Canadian style tribands with their logos on the square panel? Either way I bet that the real flags don't even close to my 2006 April Fools versions of TT local flags!
António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 June 2010


All the flags can be seen here on pictures taken in march 2017 for the Local  Government orientation seminar organized by the Ministry of Rural development and Local government:
For example:

Nothing to change for Diego Martin, Penal-Debe, Rio Claro-Mayaro regional corporations and for Port-of-Spain city.
Olivier Touzeau, 10 September 2017