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No person shall wantonly or willfully remove, cut or break, or in any manner injure or destroy any tree, shrub or plant, or pick, gather, or in any way injure or destroy, any flower, or any herbage, fruit, or produce of any such tree, shrub or plant within the cemeteries. Burial of pets is not permitted. No debris shall be deposited in the cemeteries except in designated trash containers. The cemeteries will be open from 8 a.m. until dusk. No planting of flowers, trees, vines or shrubs will be allowed. Hanging baskets, fencing, glass jars, and glass vases are prohibited. The placing of toys, bottles, vases, glass, figurines, and other decorations on the grass are not permitted. If any tree or shrub situated on any lot shall become detrimental to the care and maintenance of the grounds, the City has the right to remove at lot owner’s expense. The City may remove all flowers, potted plants or wreaths when they become frosted, faded, withered or otherwise unsightly. The City shall not be responsible for any memorials, including plants. The City may remove fresh cut flowers when they have become dried, faded or withered.
If you need further information, please call the Public Works Department at 513-727-8953. Thank you for your continued cooperation, help, and support of the Monroe cemeteries.