How can I sell my unused grave spaces?
An individual wishing to sell unused spaces may do so by classified ads, word of mouth, or other means allowable by law. The seller must then notify the cemetery office of the sale and provide the name, address, and phone number of the buyer, the lot number and the effective date of the sale. The City will also buy back unused lots at original purchase price less a $20 administrative fee.

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1. Where can I plant flowers around a grave?
2. How do I contact someone if I have questions, comments, or suggestions for improvements?
3. Can I let someone else use a grave space that I own?
4. Can I make payments on the lots I want to purchase?
5. Can I use remaining grave spaces on a lot owned by my mother, who is now deceased?
6. When I am ready to buy a monument, how do I get a foundation poured for it?
7. Can I plant a tree or shrub on a gravesite?
8. How can I sell my unused grave spaces?
9. What determines “resident” in purchasing grave spaces?
10. Why do I pay more for a lot if I don’t live in the city limits of Marysville?
11. My parents both want to be cremated. Can the cremains be buried on the same lot?
12. Can I place artificial flowers on a grave?
13. Who sets the cemetery rates and rules?
14. Why can’t I plant whatever I want on a gravesite since I bought it?
15. How is the City involved with the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Cemetery?