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If the body is not oversized, yes, up to two cremains may be interred in a grave space with an existing full body burial. Up to three cremains can be put on a single grave space without a full body burial.
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There are plots available only in the flat marker sections of the cemetery; the Town keeps records of available plots. We would be happy to speak with you about availability of single and double plots in person, by phone at 970-344-5801, or by emailing the Deputy Clerk.
Flowers are allowed to be planted in the area containing upright markers; however, due to maintenance operations we do not allow planting in the sections with flat markers.
Yes, vaults are mandatory.
No, we do not offer a payment plan. Plots must be paid in full at time of purchase.
Because fees are reviewed and updated on an annual basis, we are unable to allow opening and closing charges to be paid in advance.
In the event that the owner of a grave space wishes to sell a previously owned and unoccupied space, they may. You will need to contact the Deputy Town Clerk at 970-344-5801 or email the Deputy Clerk to transfer ownership into the new name. There will need to be proof of ownership and then a signed and notarized document of the sell to the new owner.
We do not provide funeral service accommodations. Please ask the funeral home you are working with for guidance and cost of service.