THE CEMETERY

BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY

The Northern New Jersey Veterans Memorial Cemetery is owned, operated, and licensed to a group of dedicated Veterans whom receive no compensation. Since November 26, 2015, there have been 237 burials. Phase one will hold 1500 graves and when fully developed the Cemetery will hold approximately 16,000 graves. The land, 67 acres, was donated by Sussex County.

The NNJVMC are working to keep the cost as low as possible. The state of NJ requires a percentage of all plot sales and opening fees go into a Maintenance and Preservation Fund for the perpetual care of the cemetery. We welcome the support of donations.

The term "eligible veteran" shall be

defined by the National Cemetery Administration.

Required Documents:

  • Copy Veteran's Military Separation Papers

  • Copy Marriage License

  • Copy Cremation Certificate, if applicable

  • Check or Money order to "NNJVMC"

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Pre-Registration Application

AN AFFORDABLE RESTING PLACE

Our goal is to provide an affordable burial for Veterans and their Spouses.

The State of New Jersey requires a 15% of all plot sales, 3% or $20 (whichever is higher) of each opening fee, and 10% of each foundation installation fee to be deposited into

a Maintenance and Preservation Fund for the perpetual care of the cemetery.

A fee will be added to all openings during the winter months.

Please contact the Cemetery superintendent with any questions regarding fee structure. 

Please see the full fee structure below.

 
BURIAL
 
CREMATION

Prerequisites: Vault Required

 

Veteran Plot................................$900.00

Spouse Plot.................................$900.00

Opening/Closing.........................$850.00

Installation of Govt Marker......$200.00

Prerequisites: Urn Required

 

Veteran Plot................................$650.00

Spouse Plot................................ $650.00

Opening/closing........................ $450.00

Installation of Govt. Marker.... $200.00

Phase 1 

Gravesite Plan

Floral Regulations