The Aurora Cemetery The main entrance to the Aurora Cemetery is located on SR 43, next to the Aurora Police Department (100 South Aurora Road). It is divided into regular sections (A,B,C,D,E,F,GB, I) and one Veterans Section (G). Burials date back to its establishment in 1829. As of July 14, 2015, there were 2,915 burials of which 494 are veterans.
The Service Department maintains the grounds and has two scheduled clean ups per year in the spring and fall. Grave tenders may decorate respective gravesites with fresh flowers, plants, and seasonal decorations throughout the year. The deparment does exercise the right to remove any weathered and unseasonal decorations.
Gravesites are available for sale. You may request a tour of the cemetery area by calling the Service Department. Please refer to the Rules and Regulations for additional information.
Service Director, John Trew, serves as the Cemetery Sexton for the City of Aurora.
To locate a burial in the Aurora Cemetery, please click onto the link below:
Aurora Cemetery Archives
If there any are corrections or additional information, please advise our office