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There can be one full burial in a natural grave.
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Lebanon cemeteries can be located at the following addresses:
Glenwood / Mount Calvary Cemeteries
117 Dulac Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
Sacred Heart / Valley Cemeteries
258 Mascoma Street
School Street Cemetery
30 School Street
Upper Valley Jewish Community Cemetery
267 Mascoma Street
Old Pine Tree Cemetery
Old Pine Tree Cemetery Road
West Lebanon Cemetery
Off Pleasant Street
West Lebanon, NH 03784
108 Great Brook Road
685 Dartmouth College Highway
Visit our Cemetery Information page for additional details.
To purchase a cemetery lot, please contact the Public Works Department at 603-448-3112 to set up an appointment to view available lots. Once a selection has been made you may purchase the lot and a deed will be issued.
Charge of lots. The following prices are established as the purchase prices for cemetery lots and for required contributions to the Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund. (Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund payment is 50% of a grave lot cost): [City Code, Chapter 46, Cemeteries, Effective 6-1-2022 by Ord. No. 2021-16]
(1) Each full grave (with permanent outside container): *Resident - $700 (Grave lot cost is $350; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $350); Non-resident - $1400 (Grave lot cost is $700; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $700)
(2) Each infant grave: *Resident - $300 (Grave lot cost is $150; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $150) (applies to Glenwood and Valley Cemeteries only in the areas specifically laid out for infant burials); Non-resident - $600 (Grave lot cost is $300; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $300)
(3) Each cremation grave (in-ground or columbarium): Resident - $300 (Grave lot cost is $150; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $125) (applies only in the cemetery areas specifically laid out for cremation burials); Non-resident - $600 (Grave lot cost is $300; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $300)
(4) Cremations. In the case of cremation interment, the following provisions shall apply:(a) Minimum purchase is one grave space. Maximum number of cremation-type interments shall be six (6) per grave space (except in the case of combining full and cremation burials in which only one full burial and five cremation burials per grave will be allowed).
(b) For Columbarium Niche interment, minimum purchase is one niche space. Maximum number of interments is two (2) per niche.
*Documentation to show residency may include a most recent tax bill, vehicle registration, driver’s license (must include a physical address), non-driver/state-issued photo identification card, utility bill, signed lease agreement, or other evidence deemed adequate by the Cemetery Sexton.
There can be one full burial and five cremations, or six cremations in a single, conventional grave.
“Natural” or “Green” burial promotes the decomposition of the body with minimal impact to the environment. The deceased are buried without the use of embalming fluids, permanent outside containers, or modern caskets.
Natural burials are permitted in Old Pine Tree Cemetery and in Section “F” of the West Lebanon Cemetery.
The cost for a natural burial is a combination of the purchase of a lot (which includes the required contribution to the Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund) plus the cost of a burial. [City Code, Chapter 46, Cemeteries, Effective 6-1-2022 by Ord. No. 2021-16]
(1) Each full natural burial lot (*resident): $1050 (Grave lot cost is $525; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $525). Each full natural burial lot (non-resident): $2100 (Grave lot cost is $1050; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund $1050).
(2) Each natural burial: $500 (weekday during operating business hours); $500 plus $100 per hour after operating business hours; $750 weekend; $875 holiday (as permitted)
Chapter 46 of the Lebanon City Code outlines the rules and regulations established by the City Council for the proper operation and use of municipal cemeteries in the City of Lebanon. To learn more, please review Lebanon Code, Chapter 46.
Yes. Dog waste should be placed in a proper trash receptacle. Never throw dog waste into the stormwater grates in the street. For more information, please review our Rules about Pet Waste page.
The Public Works department provides genealogy assistance related to City of Lebanon cemeteries. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Public Works Office at 603-448-3112.