Blazon: Per pale or a passion cross gules and of the second a bunch of grapes leaved and three barrulets wavy in base of the first
The cross (or Kreuz) is a reference to the name of the town, and the grapes reflect the importance of winemaking in the region since Roman times.
In use since at least 1987
Blazon: Argent a church tower gules windowed sable and surmounted by a passion cross or, in chief an antler fesswise of the third; overall a base wavy azure
The church depicted in the arms does not bear much resemblance to the existing church, but it may refer to one of the previous two churches built on that site.
Blazon: Or an eagle displayed sable, armed and langued gules, charged on the breast with a passion cross paté of the field
Dexter in use since 1141; sinister in use since 1335
Blazon: Per pale argent a fleur-de-lis, the middle part of which is a passion cross, azure and gules an eagle displayed argent
Blazon: Per pale argent two trees eradicated proper, the dexter decidious and the sinister coniferous, in base a fess wavy azure (from Waldwimmersbach); and azure a passion cross, in base a fess wavy argent (Lobenfeld)
Blazon: Argent between two trees issuant from three mounts in base proper, a tower of the field, roofed gules, windowed sable, the middle section of the second charged with a fess of the field, in the doorway a portcullis and on the rooftop a passion cross or; in chief two molets of six points of the last
In use since 1510, granted 1979
Blazon: Gules on three mounts in base proper a passion cross or surmounted by a lamb passant argent