Broken Arrow, primarily located in Tulsa County, north east Oklahoma, is part of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area and the fourth biggest city in the state, with a population totaling over 103,000.
There are three funeral homes in Broken Arrow, operating across the city center and surrounding areas, all of which are located inside of five miles from the city center.
There are around four crematoriums in Broken Arrow, and the city has three cemeteries, including Park Grove Cemetery on East Houston Street, and White Church Cemetery on 129th East Avenue.
Broken Arrow has a number of notable places of worship, counting among others St Anne Catholic Church on South 9th Street, First Baptist Church on West Albany Street, B'nai Israel Messianic Assembly on East 60th Street, and the Islamic Society of Tulsa on South Irvington Avenue.
In Oklahoma, a death must be registered within three days at the local registrar. Embalming or refrigeration is mandatory if the cremation or burial does not take place within a day of the death. There are no state laws governing the scattering of ashes, and you may do so over unoccupied public land, or your own private property, if you wish. Funeral homes in Broken Arrow will be able to provide more information about these regulations.
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