Guide to Funeral Directors in Boise
Boise, on the Boise River, is the largest city in the state of Idaho and the county seat of Ada County. Boise has a population of 214,000 living in the city, while the metropolitan area, which includes five counties, has a combined population of 664,000, making it the most populous metropolitan area in Idaho.
Local people are served by upwards of eight funeral homes in Boise, five of which are within five miles of the center. The good distribution of funeral homes in Boise supports ease of access and choice.
There are two crematoriums within the district of Boise, with at least one having an associated funeral home. Boise has eleven cemeteries including Morris Hill Cemetery on North Latah Street, and Pioneer Cemetery on East Warm Springs Avenue.
Notable places of worship include: St Mark's Catholic Community Church on West Northview Street, Hillview United Methodist Church on West Ustick Road, Ahavath Beth Israel Synagogue on North Latah Street, the Islamic Center on West Stewart Avenue, and the Boise Hare Krishna Temple on Martha Street.
In Idaho the state law mandates that a certificate of death must be filed with the registrar within five days of death. The person that has died must be embalmed, if they are not buried or cremated within 24 hours. There are no specific state laws restricting the scattering of ashes.
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