Haver Signs Expansion of Jewish Cemetery at Mountain View

Haver signed an agreement on June 9, 2015 with Mountain View Memorial Park locking in prices for the next five years (we previously had a two-year agreement). Pre-need plots can be purchased directly from Mountain View for $2,795. At-need plots will cost $3,095. Financing is available. These prices will go up by no more than 3% as of March 1, 2020.  Plots are available for purchase immediately.

The expansion allows for 183 plots, with 90 plots to be sold initially (Lots 22, 23, 24 have some plots left; Lots 25-32 are completely available). A section of land contiguous to this expansion will be available for those wanting to follow more Orthodox burial practices (no cremains; no non-Jewish burials). This 183-plot expansion is a “Community Cemetery” and follows Haver’s Rules and Regulations (as posted on Haver’s website).

Haver and Mountain View will maintain records of all plots sold. Haver will authorize plot purchases, but the actual purchase, and the issuance of the Deed, will be directly with Mountain View.

Mountain View is planting at least eight trees by June 15th of this year, with a guarantee that another eight will be planted next year. The Jewish Cemetery Committee will be working in partnership with Mountain View on further beautification plans.

Please email rachelamaru@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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