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Dept Head: Mike Calhoon
  •   8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Mon-Fri
    Closed holidays

Find information on interment (burial) sites at Grandview and Roselawn Cemeteries by linking to the GIS maps.

When you enter into the site click on I want to and then click on Find a Grave Space by Name. Once you've typed in the individuals name and clicked on search it will show a listing on the side and close up of the GIS Map. By clicking on Grave Space ID it will expand the information about that individual and highlight the grave space on the map.

Grave Space ID "Key" Example G E2 1 1 1:

  • G = Indicates Cemetery (G=Grandview R=Roselawn)
  • E2 = Indicates Section
  • 1 = Indicates Lot
  • 1 = Grave1 = Unique number (refers to possibility of more than one burial on site)

For additional details, please contact the Cemetery Office at 970-221-6810.

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View the Cemeteries Brochure for more information about burial options, information, and fees. 

Feel free to Y2VtZXRlcnlAZmNnb3YuY29t with questions or to schedule an appointment. 

View Brochure of Services

Our staff is committed to providing compassionate customer service to those honoring loved ones who have passed. The City manages two cemeteries: Grandview Cemetery and Roselawn Cemetery.

Anticipating the needs and services for our families while preserving the history of our community forever.

Exceptional Care of the Cemeteries for our Community

Perpetual Care

Roselawn Cemetery

2718 E. Mulberry Street
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Hours: Open dawn to dusk daily

Roselawn Cemetery was established in 1947 by a private association. Roselawn provides nearly 30 acres of beautiful trees and shrubs, manicured lawns, a magnificent view of the foothills. 

Roselawn Cemetery has been certified by the Green Burial Council, Inc. as an approved provider for Hybrid Burial Grounds.

Roselawn history

Grandview Cemetery

1900 W. Mountain Avenue
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Hours: Open dawn to dusk daily

Grandview Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Fort Collins, but it is not the first. In 1887, 40 acres of land were purchased from Thomas Connolly to establish Grandview Cemetery. Today, Grandview continues to be a vibrant place of remembrance and a viable choice for interments. 

Grandview Cemetery is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP), an Audubon International program.

Grandview History