1) For headstones that have fallen in disrepair and for which no family may be contacted, those pieces will remain with the grave until such time as they are illegible and then they may be placed and set in a flat concrete form.
2) No trees, shrubs or permanent plants of any kind shall be planted unless by the Parks Dept.
3) Permanent Flower Containers:
a. Three containers not to exceed the width of the grave site
b. Containers must be constructed of fiber glass, concrete or metal
c. Iron hangers must be moveable
d. No glass, wood, or plastic containers allowed
e. No container can exceed eight inches past the front of a headstone
4) Temporary Flower Containers:
a. Temporary flower containers: Plastic or composite containers may be used with the consent of the Public Officer on special occasions for five days
b. If not removed after five days, Parks Department will remove and discard.
5) Cut flowers and arrangements may be left on the grave for one week after the service, after which they will be removed and discarded.
6) All Memorial Day flower arrangements are acceptable, until June 8th, after which they will be removed and discarded.
7) No benches or statues shall be placed outside of the boundaries of the owner’s gravesite.
8) The minimum distance between two mausoleums shall be twelve inches.