KNOLLWOOD MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY DECORATING POLICY AND CLEAN UP SCHEDULE
SPRING CLEANUP BEGINS MARCH 1ST- MARCH 15TH WEATHER PERMITTING
Cone vases are removed EVERY FRIDAY for ground maintenance, March 15th through November 1st.
FALL CLEANUP BEGINS NOVEMBER 1ST- NOVEMBER 15TH WEATHER PERMITTING
Vases attached to markers are turned down November 1-March 15th due to the Winter Season and Grave Blankets.
Only arrangements of fresh or silk flowers are allowed. All small decorations must be contained a in a bronze vase or flower Beds. Complimentary cone vases are provided for your convenience from April through October.
The planting of a personal flower garden is allowed by request only. Please contact the KMP Office. All maintenance including watering and weeding is to be done by the family. Any garden not properly maintained will be removed. KMP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.
Flags must be placed in a vase container. An exception to this rule is made for Veterans Day, Memorial Day, and all other recognized Veteran’s holidays. Flags will be permitted for two days before and after each holiday.
WINTER GREEN DECOR
Grave Blankets, Crosses and Wreaths ground or mausoleums are allowed for placement AFTER ALL FALL CLEANUP and must have a removal tag. Removal tags are available at the main office. NO PLASTIC OR ARTIFICIAL GREENS. The only décor allowed is the silk floral, natural cones and velvet ribbons. ANYTHING ELSE WILL BE REMOVED. KMP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.
Fresh or silk flowers are permitted on the crypt and niche fronts in vases only. Everything else will be removed. .
SEEDINGS OF NEW BURIALS
The settling of a new burial is a four to six week process. Depending on the type of soil and the amount rainfall, the settling time may vary. Once the new burial has settled below the ground level, dirt, top soil and seed will be added to complete the burial process.
In order to provide professional lawn maintenance and safety the following are not allowed: Glass containers, wires rocks or stones, edging, fencing statues, sculptures, solar lights, shepherd hooks, balloons, lawn ornaments, and wood chips. These items will be removed and disposed of. Failure to follow these policies will result in your items to be removed.