Upper Portion: depicts the 8,050 ft. high Canlaon Volcano (left) and Mt. Makawiwili 7,950 ft. high (right) green color stands for Mt. Canlaon National Park.

Lower Portion: represents the giant shell overflowing with vegetables that symbolize the over abundant supply of vegetables; harvested bundles of palay symbolized abundance in rice, making Canlaon the rice granary of Northern Negros Island; bundles of sugarcane, represent sugar varieties which make sugarcane as the principal crop of the city.

Laurel Leaves: symbolize the humble beginnings of the city.