Memorial Park Cemetery
The Memorial Park Cemetery is situated on 50 hectares of land at the intersection of Highway 16 and Ferry Avenue.
Current interment options include traditional burials for both full-casket and cremated remains. We operate a mausoleum where the options of crypt for casket interment or a niche for cremains are available. Future burial options will include outdoor columbaria, ossuary and scattering gardens, a cremated-remains only section, as well as an environmentally conscious green burial section.
The cemetery gates are open seven days a week and open to vehicular access from 8am - 8pm.
The administration office is located within the cemetery grounds at 3300 Memorial Park Lane. Office hours are 8am - 12pm & 1pm - 4pm, Monday to Friday. Closed weekends and statutory holidays
Memorial Park Cemetery Clean-Up
Every fall and spring, cemetery groundskeepers remove all plot adornments that may be affected by changes in weather conditions. For more information, please contact the Cemetery Administration Staff at 250-561-7500.
Lheidli T'enneh Cemetery
Located in the middle of Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park is a traditional burial ground of the Lheidli T'enneh. The site is a tranquil spot overlooking the Fraser River.
Visitors should note that this is an active cemetery for the
Memorialize a Loved One
Plant a tree or install a bench in memory of a loved one. The City provides these options in the Cemetery and in various other parks around Prince George. Plaques are included to indicate the dedication.
Learn about the gifts and legacy program.
The Cemetery maintains a database with information about family genealogy and historical hereditary disease. There is limited information on persons interred before 2006, but when you
update information on a deceased family member, you help us keep the database accurate and up-to-date.
The database is not available online; contact the Cemetery office to make a written request.
Corless Funeral Ledgers 1916-1931
Richard (Dick) Corless came to Prince George in 1913 and operated a funeral home business downtown. All of the funerals performed there, including those from the 1918 influenza pandemic, were recorded in a ledger. In 1931, he transferred the business to Assman's Funeral Home. The ledger remained with a family member, who donated it to the BC Archives.
It was subsequently transferred to the Northern BC Archives at UNBC. The UNBC Archives created digital photographs of each pages, and provided them to the Prince George Genealogical Society, whose members transcribed them in 2008. The records include information about each funeral, the date and place of death and burial, the cause of death, birthday and/or age of the person, as well as the nationality of foreign-born persons.
The City of Prince George is grateful to the Prince George Genealogical Society for their efforts in giving residents access to this valuable, historic information.
View the Corless Funeral Ledger.
The cemetery contains just over one kilometre of trails. These trails provide off-highway access connecting the downtown and College Heights.