Please help us maintain the historic character and beauty of Oak Grove Cemetery by respecting the regulations for placement of floral and decorative tributes. Thank you for your understanding and please contact the office if you have any questions or require assistance.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS may be placed on grave sites at any time. Temporary flower containers are permitted and are available to be borrowed outside of the Superintendent’s office.
PLANTING OF FLOWERS on graves sites is limited to an area twelve inches wide along the face of the grave monument. No planting are permitted around flat/lawn markers. The flowers planted must be maintained by the owner and not encroach upon neighboring lots, graves, and pathways.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND PLANTS are not permitted in Oak Grove Cemetery.
POTTED PLANTS placed, watered, and cared for by the lot owners are permitted.
FLORAL ITEMS and potted plants will be removed from graves as they become faded and unsightly.
HOLIDAY DECORATIONS will be removed and discarded 2 weeks after the holiday, i.e. Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, etc. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS are permitted on graves during the Christmas season and will be removed and discarded no later than March 1st each year.
STATUES OR GLASS – PLASTIC - DECORATIVE STONES, or objects of any nature, solar lights, and any other type of commemorative items are not permitted on graves at any time. One Permanent Eternal Flame Candle not exceeding 18” is permitted. (see the Superintendent for details).
FLORAL ITEMS AND OTHER DECORATIONS will not be secured to headstones or markers.
PERMANENT FLOWER CONTAINERS: Please contact the Cemetery Superintendent for information regarding installation.
PERMANENT PLANTINGS: Please contact the Cemetery Superintendent as to rules governing the planting of permanent shrubs and plants.
PLANTING AND DECORATIONS within DESIGNATED CREMATION sections. Plantings and decorations of any type are not permitted within designated cremation sections. Natural cut flower arrangements are permitted to be placed on cremation lots but will be removed once they have expired or prior to mowing.