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Decoration Policies

Our decoration policies are designed for you to honor your loved ones while maintaining the beauty and sacredness of our consecrated grounds.

Spring/Summer Decoration Guidelines

Flat Markers
Only fresh flowers are permitted in permanent and approved in-ground vases from April 1 through Nov. 2.

Appropriate decorations may be placed year-round on the base of an upright monument as long as they do not interfere with the daily care of the cemetery.

Mausoleums, Crypts, Niches
Items can only be placed in an approved vase attached to a crypt or niche front. No items can be taped, wired or otherwise attached to the crypt or niche front. All decorations should remain within the panel of the crypt or niche front and should not encroach on adjacent niches or crypts. Fresh flowers are not permitted in a mausoleum, and will be discarded. Certain niches were not designed or intended to have flower vases. Unapproved vases are not permitted and will be discarded. If you have any questions regarding these policies, please contact the Cemetery Office at 402-391-3711.

Winter Decoration Guidelines

Appropriate artificial decorations may be placed Nov. 2 through March 31. Items such as grave blankets that cover the ground must be removed by March 1.

We recommend that vases be left turned down in the cemeteries during the winter months. If you have any questions regarding these policies, please contact the cemetery office at 402-391-3711.