Perth and Kinross Council is calling off funerals as a mark of respect for the Queen.
A bank holiday will take place on Monday, September 19 to coincide with the funeral of the late monarch in London.
With employers encouraged to give staff the day off, many council services in Tayside and Fife will not take place on the day.
But Perth and Kinross stands alone in forbidding funerals on its premises this Monday.
Both Perth Crematorium and Greyfriars Cemetery will be closed until the 20th.
A spokesperson said: “Any funerals planned at the crematorium for Monday have already been rearranged.”
No restrictions elsewhere
Meanwhile, funerals in Fife will take place as planned.
Services in Dundee will not be impacted as no burials are planned for Monday but the privately-run Dundee Crematorium will remain open and all arranged funerals will go ahead.
Angus Council says it has no funerals planned, while Parkgrove Crematorium was not operating.
List of Monday’s changes
Services and attractions throughout Tayside and Fife will be closed on Monday.
This includes Recycling centres, public toilets, sports centres, swimming pools, community centres
Attractions including castles, museums and galleries will also close. Nationally, schools and nurseries and a number of retailers will shut.