Due to the extreme safety hazard that they pose to the cemetery staff and to visitors the following items are prohibited:
Any item that interferes with trimming, mowing, or cemetery maintenance that falls outside of allowable dates outlined below.
No glass, shells, rocks, hanging baskets including metal shafts or hooks, windsocks, windmills, toys, statues, or edging material.
No benches, chairs, or trellises.
Permitted Items and Corresponding Permissible Dates:
Flags no larger than 12” by 18” for the ten days prior to Memorial Day, Independence Day, Veterans Day, and Flag Day.
Potted flowers and plants for the ten days prior to Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, Armistice Day and Christmas Day.
All permitted items will be removed after each Holiday listed. Please limit decorative items to three per grave.
Winter Items Permitted Between November 1 – April 1:
Grave Blankets, wreaths on easels.
Flower receptacles that are buried and made of metal and the tops of which are set level with the lawn. All vase units must be turned down into the ground during the winter season from November 1st to April 1st
Removal of Permitted Items:
The Cemetery reserves the right to remove all flowers, wreaths or other decorations as soon as they become in disrepair.
The grounds will be cleared of decorations every Spring beginning on March 1st .
Any items removed by the Cemetery will be discarded. New decorations may be placed beginning April 1st.
Exceptions will be made for Easter when required.
No use of any hose for watering.
No obstruction of the entrance to any lot at any time.
No rubbish is to be left anywhere on the grounds except in approved receptacles.
No planting without the written approval of Round Hill Cemetery.
No foundation, marker, or monument installation without the written approval of Round Hill Cemetery.
Round Hill Cemetery is not liable, or in any way responsible, for damage caused to any items brought into the Cemetery.