Springville City and Evergreen Cemetery personnel will begin Memorial Day clean-up on Monday, June 7th. Please remove decorations you have placed on graves by Sunday, June 6th or they may be removed and disposed of by cemetery personnel.
We consider it an honor and a privilege to care for the grounds and features of your loved one’s resting place. Our dedicated cemetery grounds maintenance staff takes pride in maintaining our grounds to the highest standards possible. General maintenance includes regular mowing and trimming of the grass, filling holes from previous interments, tree care and leaf mulching and removal.
Whether you are interested in a space in one of our beautiful cemeteries or one of the cremation niches at the Historic Springville City Cemetery, we will assist you in selecting a point of remembrance that you can be proud of and that your loved ones can visit for years to come.
Plot Purchase and Burial Arrangements
Springville City owns and maintains two beautiful cemeteries which cover approximately 32 developed acres. The first burials in Springville took place in 1851 in the Historic Springville City Cemetery. Plots are still available in both cemeteries. Payment plan may be arranged.
For more information, please visit the Community Services Building at 443 South 200 East or call (801) 489-2770.
Flowers, floral arrangements, plants in vases, etc., will be removed without notice when the Sexton, or his staff, deem them to be unsightly due to age.
On Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, and Veterans Day, decorations will be left for seven days. Cleanup will occur on Monday, the week after the holiday and all decorations will be cleared from the cemetery and disposed of.
Decorations on flat headstones may be removed at any time to facilitate cemetery maintenance, except during the holidays mentioned above.
Decorations may remain in the cemetery from December 1 to February 28 without removal. After March 1, all decorations are subject to removal.
Springville City is not responsible for theft, damage or destruction of any decorations or personal items left in the cemeteries.
All maps, records and other documents pertaining to the cemeteries are on file at the Community Services Building located at 443 South 200 East.