The night illumination of the memorial for a loved one is a fitting tribute, although the Eternal Light must conform to the simplicity and uniformity of a Memorial Park.
All Eternal Lights must be on a single stake applied directly into the ground. No hanging Eternal Lights from small stake applied directly into the ground. No hanging Eternal Lights from small stakes or shepherd staffs or Eternal Lights attached to full size shepherd staffs are allowed. The height of the Eternal Light shall not exceed 28 ½ inches from the ground to the top of the Eternal Light. It must have a stake to retain it in the ground in a solid manner so it does not tip and remains upright. Red would be the preferred color for the Eternal Lights.
In order to retain the simplicity and uniformity of the cemetery, it is suggested the Eternal Light be used during special times of the year and not be a permanent decoration. The use of a seven day candle rather than a solar light is recommended in a colored, round sleeve creates that the appearance or uniformity during the night hours.
Again, the cemetery recommends the simplicity created by the original Memorial Park with the use of only flowers in the vase of the memorial marker