Memorial Day Information
Cleanup begins on the Monday after Memorial Day. Woodside will remove everything off the ground to allow us to mow. Our Decoration Policy has a lin(above) and we encourage you to look over the rules and regulations before placing items at the gravesite. You may also stop in the office and pick up a brochure during regular business hours. The rules and regulations are set in place to keep the grounds safe, beautiful and serene. Loose materials can become projectiles when they come into contact with mower blades and to protect work the visitors and workers we must adhere to these rules. Woodside Cemetery reserves the right to remove all objects that are deemed injurious or jeopardizes the tranquil beauty of the cemetery.
Flags for Veteran’s
The local Veterans Memorial Committee will have volunteers handing out flags at Woodside’s Chapel on Saturday & Sunday (Memorial Day Weekend). Call to check for specific times as hours vary from year to year.
Do You Need to Find A Grave
A link is available at the top of the page; see (Locate A Loved One) There is an alphabetical index to assist you and detailed maps can be viewed or printed. Most sections have been photographed by drones and you can go frame by frame around the perimeter of the section. The easiest way to locate a grave is to look up the Section and Lot number of the grave. Find the section map and circle the lot # . The upright headstones on the street-fronts have been written in on the maps to assist you in finding your way.