St. George's Cemetery

Saint George’s Cemetery

2nd Dug Hill Road, Trenton, Ontario

Operator's License #3277437

 

Tariff of Rates: Effective April 1, 2021

 

Clergy Fee:…………………………………………………………………$225.00

Payable via cash or cheque only before the service or on the day of.

 

Graves:

Single Plots…………………………………….…………………………..……. $1200.00

 

Old Columbarium’s:

Single Niche (each having the capacity for 2 sets of ashes)…………….………. $1800.00

 

New Hexagon Renaissance Columbarium: Package includes wreath holder, etching not included

 

Top Row -                     $2300.00

Second Row –               $2500.00

Third Row –                 $2500.00

Fourth Row –                $2500.00

Fifth Row –                  $2300.00

Bottom Row –              $2200.00

 

Etching of Columbarium Plaques – First etching no charge. $150.00 each etching thereafter

 

Services:

Opening and closing of a single grave (year round)…...$1200.00

Including Saturdays.

 

Opening and closing of a columbarium niche………………………………….…. $400.00

 

Burial of an urn…………………………………………………………….…….…$400.00

 

Saturday/Sunday/Holiday Surcharge for all inurnments year round……………….$250.00

 

Surcharge for interments/inurnments after 4 p.m . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200.00

 

Winter surcharge, inurnment of ashes, Dec.01 to Mar31………………..…………$300.00

 

Supply and install corner markers (set of four)……………………………..………$350.00

 

Locating site for ashes, markers, or monuments………………………..……..…   .$200.00

Foundations                                                                               1.50 per square inch

 

Trusting Provisions for Perpetual Care:

Standard Burial plot……………..40% of purchase price or $150.00 whichever is greater

Niche……………………………15% of purchase price

 

All markers, monuments and burial vaults are supplied by other sources. Contributions to the care and maintenance fund for markers and monuments to be paid to the cemetery by the supplier as per Provincial regulations. All cheques are to be made payable to St. George’s Cemetery.

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