Blazon: Per bend argent and vert, in chief a sheaf of wheat bendwise or surmounted by a sickle palewise of the first; in base a palm leaf of the second bendwise ensigned by a crown gules
The palm and crown represent the martyrdom of St. Stephen, the patron saint of the town, while the sickle and wheat allude to the importance of local farming.
In use since at least 1900
Blazon: Azure on a pile or between in dexter a pine tree eradicated and in sinister a garb bound to a sickle, all proper, a bear rampant sable langued gules and bearing in the dexter paw a spoon argent
Blazon: Per pale azure a papal tiara argent, garnished or (for St. Leon*) and or a sickle palewise azure, handled sable (from the arms of Rot)
*St. Leon refers to Pope Leo IX, who was from Germany and, according to legend, consecrated a church in the area.
In use since 1539; granted 1910
Blazon: Per pale azure a sickle palewise argent and of the last a bunch of grapes of the first, slipped and leaved proper
Blazon: Per pale argent and gules, two sickles addorsed counterchanged
Blazon: Gules a bend argent surmounted by a peasant woman holding in the dexter hand a sickle and in the sinister a rake palewise, all or
Blazon: Gules a plowshare or, in base a sickle argent fesswise, handle of the second, blade to the sinister.