Pre-arrangement Planning


Making last minute burial arrangements after the recent and sometimes totally unexpected death of a family member can be a difficult and stressful experience. Many people routinely choose to sort through many decisions that need to be made for burial and memorialization on a pre-arrangement basis when time allows for advance planning. By planning ahead before the need arises, you are able to control your own arrangements. The burial space and memorialization will be tailored to your wishes. One of the biggest advantages of making your own pre-arranged plans is that you will relieve your children and the other family members of the responsibility and pressure of making costly decisions during an emotionally draining time.


Some of the important steps of pre-arrangement planning include:

  • Making a choice – casket burial or cremation
  • Selecting a burial site or family lot
  • Arranging for pre-payment of the burial site
  • Selecting a memorial (monument) for the grave site

Hill Country Memorial Gardens offers the opportunity to complete plans for burial and memorialization before the services are needed. Our caring, professional staff is available to assist you with the decisions you will need to make. This is a complimentary service with the specific objective being to explain to you all the options that are available and to answer any questions you might have about the planning process.


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Property Sales


We have five areas in the cemetery available to offer you single grave sites, multiple grave sites, as well as cremation sites according to your personal desire and need. Properties are available in varied price ranges depending on the area of the cemetery you select. The five areas of the cemetery are the Garden of Love, the Garden of Hope, the Garden of Peace, the Garden of Rest and the Garden of Devotion. We offer payment plans for cemetery spaces purchased prior to the time of need. The cemetery space must be paid in full at the time of burial.






Hill Country Memorial Gardens allows flat monuments and upright monuments depending on the area of the cemetery you choose. Monuments must be made of granite, marble or cast bronze. Our staff will be glad to assist you in designing and personalizing a monument according to your personal wishes.






interment services


Hill Country Memorial Gardens works closely with all area funeral homes to make the necessary arrangements for families during this time of need. Our cemetery works with the funeral home to coordinate services to best meet the needs of the families we serve. The funeral home will arrange for the funeral service and funeral merchandise. Our staff will help families with the purchase of the burial space and related services at the cemetery.

Complaints concerning perpetual care cemeteries should be directed to: Texas Department of Banking, 2601 North Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78705;  1-877-276-5554 (toll free);