West Palm Beach


Guide to Funeral Directors in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach, the county seat of Palm Beach County in Florida, is in the Miami metropolitan area. Located around 68 miles north of central Miami, the city has a resident population in the region of 102,000.

There are currently around eight funeral homes in West Palm Beach, with several of these within five miles of the city center.

West Palm Beach has several crematoriums, and there are nine cemeteries and memorial parks around the city, including the Star of David Cemetery on Memorial Park Road, Hillcrest Memorial Park on Parker Avenue, and Woodlawn Cemetery on South Dixie Highway.

The city has many places of worship, catering to people of all different faiths and beliefs. Notable examples include the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Trinity Place, United Methodist Church on Brandywine Road, Palm Beach Orthodox Synagogue on North County Road, the Islamic Center on Castlewood Drive, and the Hindu Mandir on Okeechobee Boulevard.

Funeral homes in West Palm Beach will be able to provide detailed information on the various Florida state laws governing funerals. It is important that a death certificate be filed within five days; these can be ordered online from the Department of Health. Although most burials are carried out in long established cemeteries, it is possible to arrange a burial on private land, though this may require extra paperwork and organization. There are no restrictions as to where you may scatter ashes, though it is always advisable to seek the landowner’s permission first.

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