Cemeteries in Surrey
See a complete listing of all city-owned and privately owned cemeteries in Surrey.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Cemetery Services is open by appointment only. Please contact us at 604-598-5770 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book. We are open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Surrey is home to a number of cemeteries. Each cemetery operation is required to keep permanent records of those who are interred in their cemetery. Municipalities are not responsible for all burial records in their geographic area. They are only responsible for those in the cemeteries owned and operated by them.
See our Locate a Loved One page for burial records of city-owned cemeteries. For all other cemeteries not owned by the City, you will need to contact each cemetery to determine if a loved one is interred in that cemetery.
Surrey Centre Cemetery
16671 Old McLellan Road
Surrey Centre Cemetery is a 14-acre cemetery located in West Cloverdale at 16671 Old McLellan Road. It was established early in the history of Surrey by the Methodist Church and has been in use for more than 110 years. It was acquired by the City in 1924. This site is the final resting place of many of Surrey's pioneers and is also noted for many of its unique trees and shrubs. As a result, this site was also added to the Surrey Heritage Register in December 2000.
Sunnyside Lawn Cemetery
14850 – 28th Avenue
The Sunnyside Lawn Cemetery is a 28-acre site in South Surrey located at 14850 – 28th Avenue. Sunnyside Lawn Cemetery began providing burial service to the citizens of Surrey in 1954. The cemetery was originally established as a lawn cemetery, which means all memorials are flat. Since January 2018, some designated burial lots allow upright monuments. The historic Semiahmoo Trail travels through part of the cemetery. The area of trees to the south and west were established as cemetery back in the 1930s, and someday will be developed for cemetery purposes.
19198 – 16 Avenue
Hazelmere is a rural, 1.5-acre site located in the Hazelmere area of South Surrey at 19198 – 16 Avenue. The first burial in Hazelmere Cemetery occurred in the late 1800s and the location was officially established in 1908 by the Hall's Prairie Cemetery Company. The City of Surrey assumed operation of this cemetery in 1958. In December 2000, this cemetery was added to the Surrey Heritage Register for having historical and cultural significance.
Cemetery Visiting Hours
You are welcome to visit any of the cemeteries listed below between 8:00 am and dusk or 8:00 pm, whichever comes first.
For more information, contact City of Surrey, Cemetery Services at 604-598-5770 or email@example.com. Our office is located at Sunnyside Lawn Cemetery, 14850 – 28 Avenue.
Directory of All Cemeteries in Surrey
|Surrey Centre Cemetery||604-598-5770||City of Surrey|
|Sunnyside Lawn Cemetery||604-598-5770||City of Surrey|
|Hazelmere Cemetery||604-598-5770||City of Surrey|
|Heritage Gardens||604-538-0074||Heritage Gardens Surrey Cemeteries|
|Valley View Memorial Gardens||604-596-7196||Arbor Memorial Gardens|
|Victory Memorial Park||604-536-6522||Service Corporation International|
|Gardens of Gethsemani||604-531-2141||Catholic - Diocese of Vancouver|
|Christ Church Anglican Cemetery||604-589-6045||(Anglican)|
|Schara Tzedeck Cemetery||604-733-2277||(Jewish)|
|Temple Shalom Cemetery||604-266-7190||(Jewish)|
|St. Helen's Anglican Church||604-581-4800||(small historical church cemetery)|
|St. Oswald's Anglican Church||604-583-8460||(small historical church cemetery)|