PLEASE KEEP YOUR CERTIFICATE OF BURIAL RIGHTS IN A SAFE PLACE
Vehicles must be kept strictly in the roadways.
Driveways are to be kept open; they are used as public thoroughfares.
Visitors are prohibited from pulling flowers or shrubs or injuring the trees.
Children are not permitted to use the cemetery as a playground; parents or guardians are responsible for the children.
No "pleasure parties" will be permitted in the cemetery at any time.
No trees, plants or shrubbery shall be planted on the lots. Nor shall any growing thereon be removed without the consent of the Grounds Committee.
No interment shall be made in a lot without the consent of the owner thereof and permission from the Board.
Only one body is permitted to be interred in a grave site. Vaults are required for all burials. Cremains of one individual may also be buried in a grave site in addition to one body. An additional charge shall be made for this burial. If desired, two cremains may be interred in one grave site as long as there is no body burial on this site. There will be an additional charge for the second cremains. No cremains are to be buried on a grave site without first notifying the cemetery lot salesperson and paying the required fee. A receipt shall be given upon payment of this fee.
No corner stones, coping or markers shall be placed above ground level.
Lots are not permitted to be raised above the surrounding ground level.
The concrete base of a memorial stone shall not be more than 4 ft in length. All headstones, foot markers, etc, shall be placed solely within the boundary lines of the subject lot. All memorial stones shall be placed at the head of the burial site. This shall be the responsibility of the site owner.
It is the responsibility of the lot owners or family members to remove all dead flowers from the burial site. These are to be placed in the trash containers that are available. If this is not done, the Grounds Committee shall see that it is done. The Cemetery Board can not be responsible for flowers or ornaments that may blow off the grave site or otherwise removed. These should be secured to the memorial stone or securely staked in the ground.
All memorial flower arrangements and any other permanent ornaments are to be placed on the memorial stone as any flowers, etc. placed on the ground will hamper the mowing operation. The Grounds Committee shall have the right to remove any ornamental decorations-including lawn ornaments-which are not in good taste, good order, good appearance or appropriate for placement in the cemetery. This includes solar lights.
No interment shall be made without the written Sales Certificate received from the salesperson. This shall not be issued until all charges have been paid.
For the purpose of preserving the beauty and symmetry of the grounds, and protecting lot owners from the vagaries of bad taste, the corporation reserves the right to adopt from time to time, rules, regulations and standards for the use of the cemetery including standards of architecture, shrubbery, monuments, roadways, curbs, guttering, memorial stones, directional signs and any and all other improvements to the cemetery.
The construction of a mausoleum or columbarium or any other above ground structure other than memorial stones shall NOT be allowed without the approval of the Board of Directors.
No memorial markers will be permitted to be erected in the cemetery that measures more than 4 ft in length (except for a 2 grave site-then 8 ft), 1 ft in thickness and 4 ft in height. Any variation from this will require the approval of the cemetery board of directors.
Use of the Committal Pavilion shall be scheduled with our Sales Persons.
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