Through the years, the burial places of those awaiting the resurrection
have been viewed as "sacred sleeping places." A sense
of reverence is always expected while visiting these sacred grounds.
Every decent human act which enhances the human body and spirit,
such as walking or riding a bicycle, can be considered wholesome
and holy. Thus, we see no contradiction in using the cemetery for
these and other similar activities. We do, however, respectfully
ask those using these sacred grounds to extend the following courtesies —
Assume the good intent of everyone on our grounds
and presume their respect of the sacredness of these premises.
Walkers, runners, riders and the like should
remain on the roadways, not move in among the graves.
Pets must be kept on a leash and remain on
the roadways. Cleaning up after one's pet is essential.
The cemetery is committed to public safety and security. The police,
as well as private security companies, have access to our grounds
and modern security practices are employed for our buildings.
REVERENTIAL ATTITUDES AND RESPECTFUL ACTIONS
ARE REQUESTED AT ALL TIMES.