According to ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, the Jewish section of the municipal cemetery was established in the latter half of the 20th century, with the oldest preserved gravestone dating to that period. It cannot be found marked on old maps of the region. The Jewish section is cleared and well-maintained. There are also a number of Jewish graves scattered around outside the Jewish section. The sections are not separated by fencing, but the site is looked after. There is a guardhouse at the entrance. There are about 220 gravestones.
Date of the oldest tombstone: 1973
Date of the latest tombstone: 2018
To reach the cemetery starting at the end of Sahaidachnoho Street, turn southwest, away from Pryluky. From the front gates of the cemetery, proceed for 70 metres before turning right and continuing for a further 55 metres. From here, the Jewish section can be found to the left.