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Animals are prohibited.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
All entries must be made through established and open entrances or gateways.
The cemetery is used solely for the burial of human bodies.
Do not cultivate or plant any shrubbery, flowers, or trees at any location within the City cemeteries.
Do not cut down, damage or destroy any trees, shrubs, or other plants growing within the cemetery.
Do not dispose of any rubbish, trash, or waste materials in the cemetery.
Do not enter the cemetery property between one hour after sunset and the hour of sunrise of any day.
Do not enter the cemetery property when gates or entrances are closed, locked or blocked.
Do not open or disturb any grave or place of burial.
Do not pick, pluck or cut any flowers or decorative plants.
Do not remove, deface or destroy any headstone, monument marker, tomb, vault, mausoleum or decoration on any grave space or niche.
No loitering or trespassing.
Possession or discharge of firearms or fireworks while in the cemetery is prohibited. (Excluding military personnel or members of veterans organizations.)
Speed limit not to exceed 15 miles per hour.
Vehicles may be operated on designated roads and parking areas only with the exception of deliveries in connection with cemetery work.
Directory & Map
Historical Mt. Allen Cemetery Tour
Burial Plot 1 - Clara Allen
Burial Plot 2 - Baby Alma
Burial Plot 3 - Jack Downing
Burial Plot 4 - Lieutenant Edwin Philip Eckerson
Burial Plot 5 - George F. Foreman
Burial Plot 6 - Peter & Sophia Johnson
Burial Plot 7 - Simon Motz
Burial Plot 8 - Alexander Ramsey
Burial Plot 9 - James Reeder
Burial Plot 10 - Father Valentine Sommereisen
Burial Plot 11 - Nicholas Voss
Burial Plot 12 - I.M. Yost
Opening a Grave
Monuments & Markers
Reopen a Grave
Sale of Columbarium Niches
Sale of Grave Spaces
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