Vancouver's only cemetery is located west of Fraser St, between 31st Ave and 43rd Ave. Owned and operated by the City of Vancouver since 1886, Mountain View is made up of 106 acres of land with approximately 92,000 grave sites and 145,000 interred remains.
The Cemetery's central location and spectacular views make it a unique place to honour the memories of family and friends, and to engage with Vancouver's nature and history.
Spaces are available for burial and cremated remains
We are once again offering spaces for both casket burials and the interment of cremated remains (in- and above-ground).
The available casket lots were purchased over 70 years ago and have never been used or claimed by the original buyers or their families.
Search our cemetery
Search our cemetery database by name and date range. See grave marker photos. Get directions to sites. We regularly update our records.
We can't publish the names of people buried during the last 20 years due to privacy.
Vancouver’s only cemetery has spaces available, including casket graves, in-ground cremation space, and above-ground columbaria.
The Celebration Hall is perfect for memorials, retreats, weddings, community gatherings, and more. Learn more and rent the space.
Mountain View offers an ideal setting to engage with both history and nature. Take in one of our events or walking tours.
5455 Fraser St
Vancouver, BC V5W 2Z3
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7:00am – 7:00pm
Monday to Friday
8:30am – 4:00pm
Saturday, Sunday, and holidays
To initiate an inscription on a columbaria niche panel complete a niche inscription form PDF file (513 KB).
Email the completed fillable form to the cemetery office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For new or replacement grave markers or monuments planned for Mountain View Cemetery, complete a memorial application form PDF file (455 KB).
Return the completed fillable form to us using the "submit" button located in the top right corner of the document.
If the button doesn't work, right-click on it and select "save as" to copy the document to your local drive and open the document using Adobe Acrobat.