How can I sell my unused spaces?
Individuals wishing to sell their lots or spaces within their lots may do so using whatever means necessary, such as word of mouth and classified ads. Once an arrangement has been made between the seller and the purchaser, the seller must notify the cemetery office of the sale and provide the office with the name, address (street, city, county, state, and zip code), and telephone number of the purchaser and the effective date of the sale.

A notarized letter or the Deed Transfer Form must be provided before a new deed will be prepared for the new owner.

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1. Can I sell unused grave spaces in my lot back to the City?
2. How can I sell my unused spaces?
3. Are mausoleums allowed?
4. I understand that I must get permission before I plant any shrubs on my grave spaces and/or lots. How do I get permission?
5. Why can’t I plant trees on my grave lots or spaces?
6. My mother was the owner of a lot, and she is deceased. Can I use the remaining grave spaces on the lot?
7. How much is a grave space?
8. Whom do I contact if I have any questions or suggestions for improving the cemetery?
9. I am doing genealogy research about my family from the Guthrie area. Whom can I contact for information?