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Evergreen Cemetery

Posted on: September 16, 2022

Evergreen Cemetery Fall Cleanup Begins Oct. 1st

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It’s Fall Cleanup time at Manitowoc’s Evergreen Cemetery.  The Cemetery Division asks your help in clearing all summer decorations in order to help maintain Evergreen Cemetery’s park-like beauty.   Lot owners are respectfully asked to remove their summer decorations (flowers, statues, etc.) by October 1, 2022.  [Please note that the cleanup period is beginning two weeks earlier.] Any items not removed by October 1st will be disposed of by cemetery staff, and any perennials found on gravesites will be cut down to ground level. With over 29,400 graves to maintain, the support of families who observe the cemetery rules is greatly appreciated.

 

Winter decorations should not be placed until November 15, 2022.  Decorations should be kept close to the marker, so as to minimize damage from snow blowing for a grave opening in the nearby area.  During winter months, artificial flowers should be put in a container instead of being placed into the ground.

 

The complete set of Rules & Regulations can be found on the Pricing & Policies page of the website by visiting www.manitowoc.org/evergreencemetery.  An online Burial Search program can be found at www.manitowoc.org/evergreen.

 

For more details, contact the Evergreen Cemetery office at (920) 686-3570 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday or e-mail the cemetery office at evergreen@manitowoc.org.  Additional information about Evergreen Cemetery can be found by visiting www.manitowoc.org/evergreencemetery, following Evergreen Cemetery – City of Manitowoc on Facebook, or by visiting www.manitowoc.org/notifyme and signing up to receive important information about Evergreen Cemetery via text message or e-mail.  Cleanup notices are sent approximately two weeks prior to the deadline for removing items.  Download the City of Manitowoc app from the App Store or Google Play and click on the Alert Center to subscribe to emergency alerts.

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