The cemeteries are divided into blocks, which have varying types of burials, planting options, and monument(s) or marker(s) that are permitted.
One central or family memorial, including flush markers, is permitted on a space, lot, or plot and will be centered within that location.
In blocks where “foot type markers” are permitted, markers will be placed at the end of the grave farthest from the base of the central or family memorial on the lots or plots. Foot markers are not allowed on single space burials. (This does not apply to lots sold prior to October 1, 1996.)
The lot owner or person placing a memorial and/or flower receptacle (vases or nosegays) is responsible for cleaning, repairing and maintaining such fixtures. Flower receptacles must remain flush with the ground when not in use and, if not properly placed, can be removed by the Park and Recreation Department without notice.
Interment, disinterment, removal or interment services are not allowed on Sundays or on the following observed holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Days or Christmas Days.
No monument may be marked, engraved, stamped or otherwise identified with the name or logo of the monument company from which it was made or purchased.