Lakewood Park Cemetery Office continues to follow CDC guidelines and operates at minimum staffing. Appointments are necessary. Please call during business hours.
Welcome to Lakewood Park Cemetery, a non-denominational site serving the west side of Cleveland. Established in 1912, the vision and intent of our founders is reflected in the park-like, picturesque setting. Flowering trees, shrubs and plants enhance our meticulously maintained 55 acres.
Our commitment and dedication to providing your loved ones with a calm, peaceful and dignified resting place is our highest priority. Governed by a board of trustees, our staff and crew work diligently to honor and respect the vision of our founders and the sanctity of these grounds.
For best service, please schedule an appointment. More information on interment pricing and general research is available in our resources tab listed above. Other information may be obtained by calling during office hours or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
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FLOWER/DECORATION RULES FOR MARCH 1-NOVEMBER 15
FLOWERS. Fresh cut flowers are permitted yearlong in the approved cemetery vases. Wilted or unsightly flowers will be removed. No plantings or decorative border of any kind is allowed around the marker or anywhere on the grave.
No flowers, plants, ornamentation or other matter shall be attached to the face of any niche or crypt.
Artificial flowers, potted plants and decorations are not permitted March 1st through November 15th with the exception of potted plants at Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day and Veteran’s
Day commencing one week prior and ending one week after.
From November 15th until March 1st, holiday decorations are permitted but limited to one decoration per grave. No decoration shall be taller than 36 inches or it will be removed. Your item should be tagged with the name of the deceased, section, lot and grave number. All decorations must be securely anchored in the ground.
Winter burials may cause removal of decoration to access a grave. If possible, properly tagged decorations will be returned to the original location. If replacement is not possible, they will be stored at the service building until March 15.
The Superintendent of Lakewood Park Cemetery is charged with the removal of all decorations that do not conform to cemetery regulations or pose a threat of injury to visitors or cemetery employees.