The Salt Lake City Cemetery is located between “N” and “U” streets and 4th Avenue and 11th Avenue and contains approximately 122 acres with 9 ½ miles of roads.
The cemetery is laid out in plats. A plat is an area of land that was developed at the specific time. Plats are divided into lots. A lot contains ten graves. On the sexton’s records, each person is recorded in four different areas. There is a location on record for each person buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.
There are 130,000 burial sites in the Salt Lake City cemetery with just over 124,000 buried currently.
ALL FLOWERS & DECORATIONS will be removed throughout the whole Cemetery (Annually)
- One week after Memorial Day
- One week after New Year’s Day
If you want to keep the decorations please pick them up prior to the date the removal begins.
During clean up week do not decorate after graves have been cleaned up until the whole cemetery is complete because the new decorations will also be removed.
City Cemetery Map
Names In Stone Burial Records
Utah State History Cemetery Burial Database
200 “N” Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
(801)596-5020 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 8am to 4:30pm, Monday – Friday