Guide to Funeral Directors in Boulder

Boulder, Colorado, is the seat of Boulder County. Lying at the foot of the Rocky Mountains over 5,000 feet above sea level, it is the 11th largest city in the state with an estimated population in excess of 103,000.

The residents are served by three funeral homes in Boulder, all of which are within five miles of the center. The good distribution of funeral homes in Boulder supports ease of access and choice for bereaved families and individuals.

There are approximately three crematoriums within the city district. The city has six cemeteries and memorial gardens within easy reach, including Columbia Cemetery on 9th Street, Green Mountain Cemetery on 20th Street, and Mountain View Cemetery on 11th Avenue, Longmont.

Notable places of worship include the First United Methodist Church on Spruce Street, St Aidan’s Episcopal Church on Colorado Avenue, Congregation Nevei Kodesh on Glenwood Drive, and the Islamic Center of Boulder on Baseline Road.

Colorado state law mandates that a certificate of death must be filed with the registrar within five days of death. Embalming or refrigeration is obligatory if the cremation or burial is not held within 24 hours. You are allowed to scatter ashes over uninhabited public land, or your own private property, if you wish.

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