Ventura is a city in the L.A. metropolitan area and the fourth largest community in the county with which it shares its name. With a population of approximately 106,000 people, this beachside city has a vibrant community, sense of history and tradition.
With nearly a third of the population identifying as Hispanic or Latino, there are many Catholic churches and the San Buenaventura historic mission – founded in 1782 – which gave the city its name. Other than Christian churches, there are Sikh and Hindu temples, synagogues, and a Buddhist centre. The nearest Muslim community centre can be found in neighboring Oxnard.
Cemetery Memorial Park was an interment place until a 1944 law change prevented burials inside Ventura's city limits. Other smaller cemeteries exist in and around the city and in neighbouring towns. There are four funeral homes in Ventura, with funeral directors available to help arrange a farewell for your loved one, according to your wishes.
Funeral homes in Ventura will help you navigate the process, helping you understand the documents required. For example, a VS 9 Application and Permit for Disposition of Human Remains must be issued by the county health department. Funeral homes will advise you of the regulations you need to follow and help you comply with California state law.
Search by area or ZIP code now to find local Ventura funeral homes near you. Order search results by best rated, most reviewed or nearest to quickly and easily compare Ventura funeral homes. Click on a funeral home’s profile to read customer reviews, learn more about the services they provide, and get in touch to begin making funeral arrangements for your loved one.