Guide to Funeral Directors in Waterbury

Waterbury in Connecticut is situated beside by the Naugatuck River in New Haven County and has more than 109,000 citizens.

There are currently 11 funeral homes in Waterbury, located around the city. Most of these can be found within five miles of the city center.

The city has nine cemeteries and memorial gardens including: Calvary Cemetery on East Main Street, Old Pine Grove Cemetery on Meriden Road, and All Saints Cemetery on Spring Lake Road.

Places of worship in the area include: St John's Episcopal Church on Church Street, St Anne's Church on South Main Street, B'Nai Shalom Synagogue on Roseland Avenue, and Masjid Al Mostafa Mosque on Schraffts Drive.

Connecticut state law requires that a death certificate is filed with the local registrar within five days. Embalming is unnecessary, unless the person died of a contagious disease. There is no requirement that burial must take place in an established cemetery, although the burial should be supervised by a licensed funeral director if it is to take place on private land, which is permitted subject to local zoning laws. Scattering cremation ashes is largely unrestricted, although permission should be sought before doing so on privately owned land. Most funeral homes in Waterbury will be able to provide guidance in relation to state law.

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