The City of Salisbury owns and maintains seven (7) cemeteries. Those cemeteries are Chestnut Hills, Memorial Park, Oakwood, Union Hill, Old English, Old Lutheran and Dixonville.
The City of Salisbury Cemetery Division reserves the right to regulate the method of decorating graves so that a historical uniform beauty may be maintained. The placing of statues, glass figures, metal or wood objects, toys, benches, solar lights, and similar articles upon graves shall not be permitted, and if so placed, the management reserves the right to remove such articles. Flowers should be placed in an attached permanent vase or an approved vase. This standard is for the safety of our crews, especially during mowing season. Any questions in this regard may be directed to the Cemetery Division at (704) 638-5250.
|Interment Fees: Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
|Infant Burial (3x5)
|Disinterment - Adult
|Disinterment - Infant
|Two in one grave - Adult (double deep)
|Two in one grave - Infant (double deep)
|Mausoleum - (cementary crew direct involvment)
|Mausoleum - (no involvement-recording fee only)
|Funeral Procession Fees:
|Funeral Processions entering cemetery on Saturday or Sunday
|Funeral Processions entering cemetery on a Holiday
|Funeral processions entering a cemetery after 3:00pm Monday - Friday
|Monument Installation Permit
|Deed Change (or duplicate deed from City Hall)
|Cemetery Lot Fees:
|Adult - City resident
|Adult - Non-City resident
|Infant - City resident
|Infant - Non-City resident
The City of Salisbury installed columbaria in Memorial Park Cemetery on January 6, 2017.
The columbaria includes two 48 niche structures with 24 niches on each side for a total of 96 niches. A single nich is 12 inches x 12 inches x 16.5 inches deep and can hold up to 2 cremation urns.
|Niche - City Resident
|Niche - Non-City Resident