Shield: From the Provincial Seal of Cebu where the town is located.

Red, White & Blue Colors, Sun & Three Stars: From the Philippine National Flag, showing Republic of the Philippines as a sovereign country.

Rising Sun: Progress, abundance and socio-economic growth; provides direction of people and government in line with development of Santa Fe.

Coconut: Productive coconut trees are in abundance, whereby coconut is one of major agricultural crops of town.

Corn: Farms are planted mostly with corn, a staple crop. Soil is also suitable for other agricultural crops.

Hen: Commercial poultry farms existing in Santa Fe. Bantayan Island where Santa Fe belongs is considered the egg basket of Central Visayas.

Shell: Shell craft industry, one source of income of townspeople wherein finished products are marketed nationwide and also exported abroad.

Fish: Formerly one of the barrios of Bantayan Municipality was named "Ogtong" which was from a fish locally known as "kogtong", a big specie of Lapulapu. Santa Fe became a town by a Superior Decreto on October 3, 1877 and changed its name from "Ogtong' to "Santa Fe" meaning Holy Faith.

White Beach: Sugar-fine white sand, glittering beaches of Santa Fe whose beach resorts are considered best in Province of Cebu and perhaps one of the best in the country.

Fish: Formerly one of the barrios of Bantayan named "Ogtong" which was derived froma name of a fish locally known as "kogtong", a big specie of Lapulapu. Santa Fe became a town by a Superior Decreto on October 3, 1877 and changed the name from "Ogtong' to "Santa Fe" meaning Holy Faith.

Sailboat: Fishing as major source of livelihood of the townspeople.