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Riverside & North Lawn Cemetery Notice

 

May 3, 2021

Notice:

RIVERSIDE CEMETERY AND NORTH LAWN MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY

(Memorial Day Flower Regulations)

RIVERSIDE CEMETERY AND NORTH LAWN MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT;

“All Memorials May Be Placed Two Days Before Memorial Day” and that;  “All Memorials That Are Not In “Approved Containers” are to Be Removed Within One Week Following Memorial Day.”

Approved containers at “RIVERSIDE CEMETERY” CAN BE EITHER A PERMANENT VASE OR A FLOWER STAND.

Approved container at “NORTH LAWN MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY” IS A PERMANENT VASE ONLY.

SOLAR LIGHTS ARE NOT ALLOWED regardless if they are placed in the ground or in an approved container. “SOLAR LIGHTS ARE NOT ALLOWED ANY TIME OF THE YEAR.”

Anything left on the ground in the way of the mowers or weed eaters after June 1, 2021 will be removed and disposed of by Cemetery employees.

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