On upright monument lots — decorations are confined to the 2 foot area adjacent to the monument on the burial side of the monument.
a. When burials are in front of the upright monument, the decoration is to be placed directly in front of the monument.
b. When burials are both in front and rear of the monument, a decoration is permitted in front and rear of the monument.
Decorations on the side of the monument base are prohibited.
On flush marker lots — decorations are confined to the 2 foot area directly in front of the marker or between markers. No more than one decoration may be placed on a grave.
Decorations improperly placed make it impossible for equipment to excavate graves and clear snow. Decorations and wires freeze to the ground and cannot be removed without breaking. Frequently, they are buried in the snow and cannot be seen. Winter decorations inserted into the ground are not allowed and will be removed. Sometimes, damage occurs during winter interments despite exercising all reasonable caution and, therefore, the cemetery cannot be responsible for damage.