All lots, plots, and graves in the Cemetery shall be used for no purpose other than as a place of burial for the dead, and all lots, plots and graves shall be subjected to the rules and regulations heretofore established or which may hereafter be established, whether or not the same appear in the rules and regulations annexed in the deeds of such lots, plots, or graves.
The Cemetery may at any time enter upon the lots or graves to keep the same neat, and clear of grass, weeds, wilted flowers and debris. The Cemetery reserves the right to remove any artifacts from the grave, i.e. artificial flowers, stuffed animals, ribbons, bows, dead plantings, etc. which are determined to be unsightly or present a detriment to the safety or natural beauty of the cemetery. The Cemetery reserves the right to use its sole discretion to make this determination.
This is a carry in, carry out cemetery. Please take your trash with you.
No breaking of sod, no planting of shrubs, trees or flowers is permitted. The Cemetery reserves the right at its sole discretion to remove shrubs, trees, or any other object that it determines to be unsightly or present a detriment to the safety or natural beauty of the cemetery.
No planting of any kind may be done in the ground at grave sites. One approved in-ground urn, vase, or nondestructive clay or plastic pot of flowers will be permitted on each grave during the mowing season (April through October). All flowers or decorations must be in an urn and urns must be in line with headstones. Size of urn shall not exceed 12" in height or 10" in diameter.
To protect both visitors and cemetery workers from injury during the use of heavy equipment, artificial flowers are not permitted in the cemetery during the mowing season (April through October), except in urns, etc. as provided above.
All pots & flowers that are wanted must be removed by Oct. 1st.
Winter decorations will be permitted after Dec. 1st and must be removed by April 1st.
Decorations mounted on upright supports that stand above the ground constructed on wire, wood or plastic, are not permitted during the mowing season (April through October).
Spring cleanup will be conducted ten (10) days before Good Friday. All decorations will be removed at that time for the mowing season.
Flowers, plants and decorations placed on graves during the mowing season of April through October will be removed weekly in order to carry out routine lawn care and maintenance.
No wooden articles - homemade or store bought; tin cans, cement or ceramic statues, glass containers, bricks, etc. are allowed in cemetery.
Decorations deemed unsightly or objectionable may be removed by the Cemetery at any time.
Flowers placed at the time of an interment will be left a minimum of three days. It is suggested that potted plants from funerals be removed immediately as they will be discarded. The Cemetery will not accept responsibility for ensuring that flowers and other decorations left, will remain in place.
Due to the potential hazards they may cause to workers and visitors, the following are not permitted: permanent placing of chairs or benches; toys, plastic, or metal designs, ornaments, pictures, shells, marble chips or decorative stones, gravel, settees, trellises, and/or similar articles.
Any plants, pots or flowers not allowed will be removed.
A family may choose to place a flag in an approved pot for the summer season as long as it is properly maintained. The Cemetery reserves the right to dispose of any flag in poor condition or that is not in an approved pot at times other than the designated holidays listed below.
American flags may be placed on Veterans graves 24 hours prior to and removed within 48 hours after the following designated holidays: Memorial Day, Flag Day, July 4th, and Veterans Day.
Flag should be placed in an upright position one foot in front of and centered with the headstone. Shaft type veteran and fraternal organization flag holders are prohibited.