Rules and Regulations:
There are no residency or any other requirements for the purchase of lots at Woodside Cemetery.
Visitors are welcome at the cemetery during daylight hours, seven days a week. In order to respect the memory of those buried within, appropriate conduct and behavior is expected.
Sunbathing, picnicking, drinking, playing of games, sledding and the loud playing of portable or car radios are not permitted. Loud, boisterous or undignified behavior is unacceptable.
Young children must be accompanied by an adult and must not be allowed to climb on the tombstones, as it is disrespectful and dangerous.
Placement of unattended water sprinklers on a lot is prohibited.
The purchase price of the lot includes the perpetual care of the lot. Memorials, plantings and any other structures subsequently placed on lots are not under perpetual care.
No structure shall be erected or installed on any lot for the purpose of enclosing it.
Upright headstones may not exceed forty (40) inches in height and must be placed no closer than 12 inches from the boundary of the lot.
All graves, other than those prepared for cremated remains, shall be equipped with concrete liners or concrete or steel vaults. Cremated remains must be buried in an appropriate sealed container and buried by an experienced professional.
Stacking of vaults and caskets in graves is prohibited.
No portion of any lot may be assigned or conveyed by the Grantee for anything other than nominal, non-monetary consideration.
Placement of artificial objects on a lot is discouraged. Woodside Cemetery is not responsible for the loss, damage or destruction of such objects.
Installation of corner markers to identify lot boundaries and foot markers to identify the location of burial remains are encouraged but not required.
Payment in full is required before any interment is allowed.
Where permitted, plantings should be limited (and well defined) to a small area contiguous to the grave marker or stone so as not to impede with cemetery maintenance. The maintenance of these plantings is the responsibility of the lot owner and if not properly maintained, may be removed by the Cemetery.