Cemetery Rules & Regulations
In the spirit of maintaining the sacred nature and dignity of
the Catholic Church, the following will be enforced. We ask for your understanding.
- No curbing, fencing, hedging, borders, mulching or enclosures
of any kind shall be allowed around the plot or around any grave. The Management
reserves the right to remove same, without notice, if so erected, planted
- The use of plot is for the Plot Holder only. Plot holder
can not sell the right of interment to anyone. If the plot holder shall
not be buried in St. Barbara Cemetery, he/she will return the right to St.
- The right is reserved to regulate the method of decorations
of plots so that uniform beauty may be maintained. The use of boxes, shells,
toys, metal designs, ornaments, vases, glass, plastic, concrete, crockery
jars and containers, wood or metal cases, shepherds hooks, flags, etc.,
shall not be permitted on any plot and such articles shall be removed. All
flower vases must be installed with the approval of the Management.
- No one shall break any branches, or remove, injure, or cut
any tree, hedges, plant or shrub in St. Barbara Cemetery without permission
of the Management.
- St. Barbara Cemetery Management reserves the exclusive right
to do all grading, landscape work, improvements of any kind, and all care
of plots; likewise to plant, trim, cut or remove all trees, shrubs and herbage
within the cemetery.
- St. Barbara Cemetery Management disclaims all responsibility
for loss or damage beyond its reasonable control, and especially from damage
by an act of God, the elements, thieves, vandals, malicious mischief makers,
neglect, unavoidable accidents, or any cause similar or dissimilar beyond
control of the management.
St. Barbara Cemetery
St. Barbara Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery
honoring the memory of our departed parishioners and their family members.
Only baptized Christians may received burial rights in the cemetery. Please
contact the parish office for more information.