Guide to Funeral Directors in Reno

Reno, famous for its many casinos, is a city in Nevada and is the county seat of Washoe County. There are upwards of 10 funeral homes in Reno serving its 233,000 inhabitants, the third highest population in Nevada. Many of the funeral homes in Reno include crematoriums within their establishments.

Reno has approximately eight cemeteries inside its boundaries, including Mountain View Cemetery on Stoker Avenue, Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Cemetery on N Virginia Street, and Hillside Cemetery on Nevada Street.

There are many places of worship for the diversity of religious faiths represented in Reno. Notable churches include: St Albert the Great Catholic Church on St Albert’s Drive, First United Methodist Church on W 1st Street, and The Bridge Church on Foster Drive. The Northern Nevada Muslim Community Center is in Sparks, on Oddie Boulevard, and there are various synagogues including Temple Emanuel on Manzanita Lane and Temple Beth Or on Selmi Drive.

In Nevada, you must file a death certificate with the registrar within three days of a death. Embalming regulations here are stricter than in many other states. The Nevada Board of Health requires embalming if the death was due to a communicable disease or if your loved one is to be transported. Burial on private land is possible, and there are no laws governing where ashes may be scattered.

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