Guide to Funeral Directors in Joliet

Joliet, the seat of Will County, Illinois, is the third largest city in Illinois, with a population estimated at around 148,000.

There are in the region of five funeral homes in Joliet, operating across the city center and the surrounding areas.

There are several crematoriums in Joliet, and the city is well-provided with 14 historic and operative cemeteries, including Woodlawn Memorial Park on West Jefferson Street, Holy Cross Cemetery on Theodore Street, and St John the Baptist Cemetery on Ruby Street.

Joliet includes a wide variety of places of worship, counting among others St Joseph Catholic Church on North Chicago Street, Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church on Barber Lane, St Patrick’s Church on West Marion Street, and Joliet Jewish Congregation on North Midland Avenue.

Funeral arrangements in Joliet are governed by Illinois state law. A death certificate should be filed at the registrar within seven days of death. You are allowed to scatter ashes over private land with the permission of the owner, as long as you do so in a responsible manner. Funeral homes in Joliet will be able to advise you of any further legal requirements.

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