Blazon: Tierced per pale I gules a spade argent, blade in chief II argent a fountain azure and III vert a stalk of wheat or
The wheat represents local agriculture, and the fountain represents the Peterquelle, a local mineral spring. The spade is taken from the arms of Ratschendorf, which was incorporated into Deutsch Goritz in 2015.
Blazon: Party of three in bend sinister azure, sable, and gules, a spade palewise between in base a demi-cog wheel or and in chief two geese volant in fess argent
The arms represent the rapid economic development of the village. The spade refers to peat mining and the cog to industrial development, while the geese symbolize progress.
In use since at least 2010
Blazon: Azure a framesaw, in chief a spade bendwise sinister surmounted by a pitchfork bendwise, all or
Blazon: Azure a spade bendwise surmounted by a poker bendwise sinister within an orle or
Blazon: Per pale or a poker and a spade in saltire surmounted by a goblet sable and azure a goose rising, wings elevated and addorsed argent, beaked and legged of the first
Blazon: Azure two spades in saltire sable, blades in base argent, surmounted by a cross couped of the last
Chevronels from The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne, p181 (1586)
Left: Vert on a fess argent another sable charged with four chevronels couched* sinister between three spades of the second
Right: Gules three chevronels reversed or
*Issuing from the side of the shield