Gear: Municipality's vision of agro-industrialization.
Shield: From the Provincial Seal of Lanao del Norte where the town is located.
Sun: Guidance of Heavenly Creator and His blessings showered upon Municipality.
Twenty-four rays: Twenty-four (24) Barangays comprising Municipality.
Dove: Unity and friendship among Tubodnons who work towards attainment of sustainable peace and development.
Mountain: Mt. Totong-torong which is a potential eco-tourism destination for its diverse flora and fauna.
Crescent, star and cross: Cultural pluralism of Tubod, its varied customs, traditions, history and religion spring from its settling by Muslim and Christian settlers and indigenous groups.
Green field: Rice and corn crop production and trading as second largest source of income of Municipality.
Road: Infrastructure development in Municipality including farm to market roads to strengthen economy.
Banana plant: One-Town-one-Product (OTOP) of Municipality, from which town's Sagingan Festival is inspired as the celebration showcases a bountiful harvest of the thirty banana varieties.
Coconut Trees: Main source of income of Municipality is copra production and trading.
Carabao: Hardwork and enthusiasm of farmers in tilling agricultural land in order to prosper Municipality's economy.
Spring: Tubod Spring at Sitio Baybay which tells the toponymical origin of Municipality; "tubod" is Visayan term for water source.
Blue sea: Panquil Bay as source of bountiful marine life.
Fish: Dor Laya (snapper), a fish variety which is most abundant catch in the bay.
1946: Year when town, by virtue of Republic Act No. 58, separated from its mother town Kolambugan and became an independent municipality.