District

Davis Cemetery District Information and Documents

Staff and Board of Trustees

Davis Cemetery Staff

The Cemetery Board of Trustees

District History and Information: 

Davis Cemetery District Boundary Map

The District Vision and Mission Statement

The Master Plan

Documents and Images: 

Agendas and Documents:

History and Arboretum Documents: 

Davis Cemetery District Past Events Images: 

 

The Davis Cemetery District is an non-enterprise independent Special District governed by an appointed Board of Trustees who serve four-year terms. As a public agency, the District is not in the business to make a profit as a private company.  The Davis Cemetery District finance services through property taxes, the sale of burial plots, charges for openings and removals, and setting of markers. The district also raises money through donations.

Residents and taxpayers of the district, former residents and taxpayers who acquired interment rights while they were residents or taxpayers of the district, eligible nonresidents of the district (pursuant to Section 9061), and all family members (pursuant to Section 9002(e)) may be interred in district cemeteries. An endowment care fund is intended to defray the cost of care and maintenance if and when a cemetery district no longer receives revenue from the sale of plots and related services. The trustees of a district set the rate for the endowment care fund pursuant to the Health and Safety Code Section 87

The Board of Trustees meets at a noticed public meeting on the third Wednesday of every month at 4:00 pm at the Davis Cemetery District Office. The trustees have adopted comprehensive rules and regulations by which to operate the cemetery.  All board meetings are open to the public. The District is closely aligned with the community of Davis, West Sacramento, Clarksburg and surrounding areas and makes its facilities available to community service groups. The District strives to strengthen the Cemetery as a more invited and meaningful location for civic remembrance, contemplation, and healing by creating an attractive environment that encourages people to come and enjoy nature, art and civic history.