Guide to Funeral Directors in Saint Paul

Saint Paul, on the Mississippi River, is the seat of Ramsey County in Minnesota. Adjoining Minneapolis, the state's largest city, Saint Paul has an estimated population in excess of 294,000 people.

There are around 12 funeral homes in Saint Paul, working across the city center and the surrounding areas. Several of these can be found within five miles of the city center.

There are eleven crematoriums in Saint Paul, and the city has 16 cemeteries and memorial gardens across the area, including Oakland Cemetery on Jackson Street, Calvary Cemetery on Front Avenue, and Elmhurst Cemetery on Dale Street North.

Prominent places of worship include: House of Hope Presbyterian Church on Summit Avenue, St Joseph's Catholic Church on Seminole Avenue, Mount Zion Temple on Summit Avenue, and Masjid Al-Wahyain Mosque on University Avenue.

Minnesota laws require that a death certificate be filed within five days of death with the local registrar. It is necessary to arrange for refrigeration or embalming if the burial or cremation is not to take place within 72 hours after a death.

Although most burials are conducted in established cemeteries, it is possible to have a burial on private land if arranged. There are no state restrictions governing where ashes may be scattered. Most funeral homes in Saint Paul will be able to provide advice regarding state level requirements.

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