Cemetery Rules & Regulations define who has the authority or legal right to place or alter a memorial. Any alterations made to memorials require prior approval and authorization from the cemetery authority. Foundation and permit fees are typically not included in the cost of burial site easements and are collected by cemetery management prior to acceptance or alteration of memorials.
Monuments and memorials remain the property and responsibility of the purchaser. The cemetery must always have a current contact name and address as services such as re-sealing granite/marble components may be required.
Community mausoleum crypt prices include identification engraving. Cameo photographs and patriotic/religious emblems may be added to crypt shutters, but must be purchased through the cemetery office to preserve the uniform appearance of the buildings.
Marble and granite niche shutters (covers) may also be enhanced with cameo photography and patriotic/religious emblems. These must also be purchased through the cemetery office to preserve the uniform appearance of the niches.