Frequently Asked Questions

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No. We have various types of burial spaces available still in addition to interment in our many mausoleums located throughout the cemetery. At Inglewood Park Cemetery, our first burial took place in 1905 and since then, we’ve been privileged to handle placements of over 100,000 people and, again, still have many years of burial space available. If you are interested in learning about pre-arranging or taking a historical tour at Inglewood Park Cemetery call us at (310) 412-6500.

It provides a focal point for memorializing your loved ones. To remember, and to be remembered, are natural human needs. Every life makes an impact on others and deserves to have a permanent, public place of memorialization – a place where family, friends and future generations can go to visit and remember. It also provides comfort after services and the funeral are over.

Throughout human history, memorialization of the dead has been a key component of almost every culture. The Washington Monument, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D. C., are examples of memorialization, which demonstrate that, throughout our history, we have always honored our dead.

Psychologists say that remembrance practices, from the funeral or memorial service to permanent memorialization, serve an important emotional function for survivors by helping to bring closure and allowing the healing process to begin. Providing a permanent resting place for the deceased is a dignified treatment for a loved one’s mortal remains, which fulfills the natural human desire for memorialization.

We’re all to happy to help you locate a loved ones grave, crypt or niche:

The original deed is not required for the purpose of performing an interment. If you do however need a duplicate, you may obtain one by emailing Certificate@inglewoodpark.org. Please note that there is a fee for this request. 

Yes. Ownership of an unused interment right may be transferred. All transfers must be requested through the Cemetery Administration department.  You may reach that department at Legal@inglewoodpark.org or by calling at (310)412-6500. Please note that a fee will apply.

A vault is an outer container that serves to protect a casket and to help keep the integrity of the burial grounds. Vaults are required for burial at Inglewood Park Cemetery.

Double-depth burial plots are intended for two people requiring the purchase of two vaults; one vault is placed above the other.   

Double depth lawn crypts refer to a burial option that provides a pre-installed outer burial container to accommodate two caskets.

A crypt is an entombment option for either a single casket or in tandem (two caskets) within the walls of a building or the outside walls of a garden building.   

A space provided for the placement of one or more urns.

An ossuary offers a permanent resting place for co-mingled cremated remains, often in an underground vault or chamber, with memorialization on a plaque above or nearby.

Yes, we have three ossuaries on-site.

In many cases, Yes. Please speak to one of our counselors to discuss your options. Please submit a Request for More Information or call (310)412-6500.

There are many things to consider. Please speak to one of our counselors who can guide you in finding the appropriate option for you.

A building containing crypts and niches.

Yes, by prearranging your services, you benefit by purchasing at today’s prices, free from inflationary pressures in the future. For more information on how to go about pre-planning, click here:  Planning | Inglewood Park Cemetery.

Your family service counselor will advise you how to prepare for your arrangement conference.

The Inglewood Park Flower Shop located inside the cemetery just off of our Manchester Blvd. sells flowers and decorations.  

Inglewood Park Cemetery gates are open from sunrise to sunset. The Main Office is open 8:30am-5:00pm Monday through Friday and 8:30am-4:00pm on Saturdays. The office is closed on Sunday and Holidays. (Holidays include January 1, MLK Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Independence Day/July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas

Please see the cemetery rules and regulatioins. Click Here.

Endowment Care Fund is a state required fund set up to provide income for park maintenance and care for individual burial spaces and memorial tablets.

At Inglewood Park Cemetery, you can choose from a number of historic and modern chapels for memorial and funeral services. 

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