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Cemetery Park was opened on June 9, 1901.

The oldest area of the cemetery is just inside the entrance, with the addition of Moghkoma being the oldest.  The cemetery is divided into additions.  Each addition is divided into lots and each lot is divided into graves.  Lot size is 20 feet by 20 feet.  Each lot holds eight graves.


Contact Us



Tom Quick


Cedar Street

Iron Mountain, MI 49801


(906) 774-1212


Hours of Operation

7:00 am – 3:30pm

Monday – Friday


City Hall Closures


Cemetery maps are available for viewing at the Cemetery office during regular business hours.

Most cemetery records are in print only at City Hall.  Staff can assist with access to the records but do not offer extended research services.  Visitors are welcome to use the books to do their own research during regular office hours.  

A helpful website to try before contacting City Hall is .

The Cemetery Department is responsible for ground care and maintenance of cemetery property and the interment and disinterment of deceased remains. 

New!  Cemetery Rules



Ø     Gravesite Preparation

Ø     Lawn Care

Ø     Seeding

Ø     Ground Leveling

Ø     Tree and Shrub Trimming

Ø     Tree and Shrub Removal

Volunteers are Needed

Volunteers are needed to help with the annual spring cleanup.  The cleanup includes activities such as raking, grass cutting, weed removal, pruning and branch removal etc.  The clean up will start shortly before Memorial Day as weather permits.  A notice will be posted on the website when the cleanup begins.  You can also sign up to receive an email notification.  Contact the Department of Public Works at 906-774-0722 for more information.

Report any Cemetery maintenance needs to the Public Works Department by calling (906) 774-0722, or
E-mail, or use the online

Please be respectful to those interned in this Cemetery. Vandalism of Cemetery graves and property is a crime.  Vandals will be charged with malicious destruction of property and fined for the full dollar amount of damage done.

If you witness or have information pertaining to any cemetery vandalism you can call or email the Police Department as well as use the online form




City Hall: 501 S Stephenson Ave. Iron Mountain, MI 49801
P: 906-774-8530 F: 906-774-3774