The Lehi City Cemetery stands a poignant testament to the rich history and cherished memories of the community it serves. Nestled in the heart of Lehi, this tranquil resting place has long been a source of comfort and remembrance for generations of local residents.
The city cemetery is also home to the Lehi Infant Cemetery. This reverent area serves as a place of solace and remembrance for families who have endured the heartbreaking loss of a child.
Information about the Cemetery
Information regarding burial locations and available plots are accessible through the Lehi Cemetery Map and Records Viewer. This digital tool enables visitors to locate the final resting places of their loved ones with ease. Additionally, the map allows individuals to find available plots, providing a comprehensive resource for future preparations.
Deceased persons information is also available at the gazebo located at the main entrance of the cemetery, or by calling our office.
The gazebo information is updated once a year before Memorial Day.
Please contact us 48 hours prior to any burial for our preparations.
The burial space and interment must be paid for prior to the opening of the grave site. Please see the fee schedule, in the tabs to the right, to determine pricing.
The owner/designee of the space must come to the office to sign that they agree to the space being opened, and give permission for the staff to open the correct grave.
The Infant Area is available for use in burying infants up to age 2 years old, or that will fit within a 5×5 half -sized grave. The costs are very affordable. Please call the office for more information.
Removal of Decorations
All grave decorations at the Lehi City Cemetery will be removed by cemetery staff in a timely manner as per City Ordinance. In the seasonal months of mowing and trimming, we clean and remove items on a weekly basis. Please be cautious of the items you put on your loved ones grave, as theft and vandalism do occur.
Cemetery Ordinance – Municipal Code Title 8 Chapter 7