Rules and Regulations
All Owners of Burial Rights, Their successors and visitors to the East Hill Cemetery shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the cemetery.
The Cemetery Management reserves the right to regulate and restrict the method of decorating lots and graves, so that the safety of the patrons and employees, as well as the beauty of our Cemetery may be maintained.
GUIDLINES FOR MONUMENT SIZE
Tablet no taller than 30" and base no longer than 44".
Tablet no taller than 30" and base no longer than 94".
GUIDELINES FOR DECORATING MONUMENTS
In the best interest of all, the following guidelines have been adopted for decorating
Each monument may have a floral saddle and 1 permanent decorations.
Only 1 solar light per monument.
All fresh cut flowers that withered will be discarded.
There shall be no decorations on individual sites without a monument.
PERMANENT DECORATIONS ARE DEFINED AS: APPROPRIATE STATUES AND URNS
Urns must be of aluminum, concrete or granite and must be placed on a concrete urn pad. Urns must be no more than 30" tall. Urn pads will be furnished by the Cemetery and placed by Cemetery Personnel only. No one else may place urn pads or foundations in the Cemetery.
All statues must be approved by Cemetery Management. Statues must not be over 30 inches high and 16 inches wide. Statues must be made of granite, marble or concrete. Statues must be secured on an urn pad by the Cemetery Personnel. Large statues must be secured on a foundation to be paid for by the individual and not the Cemetery, and placed under the direction of Cemetery Management.
Temporary grave markers may be placed by East Hill Employees only. These markers belong to the Cemetery.
NO SHEPHERD HOOKS AT ANY TIME
Any urn, statue, or floral saddle that is deteriorating or unsightly will be removed and discarded.
Small American Flags may be placed on grave sites, but will be removed by East Hill Employees when they become tattered. Only 1 flag per grave site.
No other decorations will be allowed during March 1st to November 15th.
Any decorations not conforming to these rules will be
placed at the office for 2 weeks after such time they will
be disposed of immediately.
November 15th to March 15th: Holiday wreaths on metal and wire easels and grave blankets may be used in addition to the above. Any not removed by March 15th will be disposed of.
MEMORIAL DAY DECORATIONS
Memorial Day decorations may be placed 1 week prior to Memorial Day and must be removed by the Sunday following Memorial Day.
All floral containers and statues are solely the responsibility of, and the risk of, the owner. The Cemetery assumes no liability for decorations placed on grave sites.
For your safety, approach all monuments with CAUTION!!!
Climbing, standing, pushing, sitting, rubbing, defacing or in any manner altering tombstones or other structures on Cemetery property is not permitted.
Violators will be sanctioned.
Concerns about the condition of tombstones or other structures should be reported to the Office. East Hill Cemetery is NOT RESPONSIBLE for any injury or loss sustained as the result of activities in violation of this policy.
East Hill Cemetery Company