Emblem of the Market Town Hengersberg
In front of a silver background, there is a single blue flower with a yellow centre that has four green leaves on a green stem that is standing on three green hilltops; above this flower, on the upper edge of the crest, there is a silver cloud out of which four golden rays are shining through.
The market belonged to the Benedictine monastery of Niederalteich until 1803. For that reason, illustrations in the 16th century show the local emblem only with the Three Mountains (Hills) taken from the monastery's own crest, along with the blue and white diamond shapes of the Bavarian coat of arms. They refer to the ducal court that had been established in Hengersberg. It was not until 1813 that the Bavarian King Max I. Joseph gave the town its current emblem.