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City of Nicholasville!

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Maple Grove Cemetery

Maple Grove Cemetery

Maple Grove is a public cemetery owned and managed by the City of Nicholasville. Previously privately owned, the City in 1993 chose to preserve and keep the beautiful and historic property operational as a community service.

Maple Grove Cemetery
Maple Grove Cemetery

Plots Now Available

Maple Grove Cemetery is open to the public and burial plots are available. In fact, the Maple Grove Cemetery is expanding! Nicholasville purchased additional land for residents to lay their loved ones to rest in the city they love. This expansion will allow for between 500-600 new burial plots.  

For more information, call 859.885.4334 weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. 

The Maple Grove Directory lists all who are known to rest there (updated in 2008). A more recent listing of cemetery grave sales is also available. It spans 1993 to December 11th, 2013. It is available here. For more information on the history of Maple Grove Cemetery, click here.

Maple Grove Visitor Guidelines

  • Visitation is permitted daily during daylight hours. No one is permitted on site after dark.
  • Any containers used or left on the property must be unbreakable. No glass bottles, jars, vases or other breakable items are permitted in the cemetery at any time.
  • Ornamental objects used on grave sites, such as flowers, must remain no more than one foot from the front of the marker.
  • Please keep driveways open for other visitors and employees.
  • Dogs must be on a leash.
  • Open fires, candles, oil lanterns or other incendiary devices are prohibited.
  • Ornamental shrubbery and trees may not be planted around stones.
  • Visitors are requested to respect all grave sites and not trample or litter them.

Maple Grove Visitor Guidelines

Maple Grove Cemetery offers flower planting services. We are dedicated to helping you honor your loved one’s life with tending and decorating their resting place with fresh flowers we provide. We will plant, mulch, and water the flowers from Memorial Day through Labor Day. You will have a choice of red, pink, or white begonias.  

Contact Details
Jason Davis
Cemetery Superintendent
500 N. Main Street
Nicholasville, KY 40356

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