Blazon: Per fess vert two plows or and of the last a man’s head couped proper
Although the arms of the city were granted fairly recently, a similar device seems to have been in use since the mid-nineteenth century. The arms are canting, “cabeza” meaning “head” in Spanish.
Blazon: Vert on a fess wavy between in chief three seaxes conjoined in pile reversed argent pommels and hilts or between two millrinds and in base a garb of the last, a bar wavy azure
Crest: On a wreath or and vert on a mount vert in front of a representation of the tower of All Saints Church Springfield between two poplar trees proper a plow or
Mantling: Vert lined or
Blazon: Gules a bend between in chief a plow and in base a toothed wheel of four spokes or
Blazon: Gules a plowshare argent, on a chief or an antler fesswise sable
Blazon: Argent a plowshare palewise voided, in chief an antler fesswise sable
Blazon: Azure a plowshare bendwise argent, on a chief or an antler fesswise sable
Blazon: Gules a plowshare or, in base a sickle argent fesswise, handle of the second, blade to the sinister.