The coat of arms

The coat of arms of Kazlų Rūda is two silver roe deer horns on a black shield. The upper right one faces upwards, the lower left one faces downwards. Between the horns are six golden hexagonal stars.

The black colour of the shield refers to the production of tar and the smelting of iron ore with coal. The six stars (according to the legend of the family's six sons who were blacksmiths) represent the craft of blacksmithing. The horns refer to the name of the town and to the wooded area with its abundance of beasts.

The coat of arms was designed by the artist A. Akelaitytė-Ruginienė.

The coat of arms was approved by the President of Lithuania on 23 June 1996.