Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery
Flower and Grave Decoration Removal
The last removal of flowers and decorations for 2014 will be on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. The flowers and decorations can be left until the first removal of 2015 on Wednesday, January 7, 2015. The removal on January 7, 2015 will begin at 7:00 am. All items left at the grave site will be discarded. Please remove any items you want to keep no later than Tuesday, January 6, 2015. If you have any questions, please contact the office at 909-798-7569.
- Interment Records from 1886 to 1911
- Interment Records from 1912 to 1924
- Interment Records from 1924 to 1944
- Interment Records from 1944 to 1958
- Interment Records from 1958 to 1975
- Interment Records from 12-30-1996 to 03-06-2007
- Interment Records from 03-06-2007 to 01-2014
Interment records from 1975 to 1996 are not available online at this time. If you need information for interments during this time period, you can e-mail a request to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 909-798-7569.
View the preliminary Cemetery Map where you can look up the location of people interred at the cemetery by clicking here.
HISTORY OF HILLSIDE MEMORIAL PARK
Hillside Memorial Park is a city-owned and operated facility located at 1540 Alessandro Road. The park was incorporated in 1886, two years before Redlands became a city. It remained privately owned until 1918 when the City of Redlands acquired the park and took over its maintenance. It is the oldest continually operating business in Redlands. The park has been designated as a historic resource of significant value to the people of Redlands by the city council.
The cemetery has 50 developed acres and 13 undeveloped acres available for future expansion. There are approximately 30,000 interments at the facility.
There are two mausoleums at the park. The first was constructed in 1928 and contains 280 mausoleum crypts. The new mausoleum was built in 1958, containing 768 crypt spaces. An addition in 1972 provided another 350 crypt spaces.
Edward G. Judson and Frank E. Brown, co-founders of the City of Redlands are buried at Hillside Memorial Park. Others buried at the park include Walter Nordoff, author of The Journey of the Flame, his son Charles Bernard Nordoff, author of Mutiny On The Bounty, Men Against the Sea, and Pitcairns Island, and his son Franklin Nordoff, author of Fruit of the Earth.
For information regarding Hillside Memorial Park, please contact the Cemetery Services Coordinator at (909) 798-7569 or email email@example.com.
Friends of Hillside Memorial Park is a group of Redlands citizens who are concerned about the present care and foreseeable future for our beautiful historic Redlands Cemetery. They are a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, supporting and improving the care of Redlands Cemetery.
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Park Hours: Seven days per week from 8:00 a.m. to dusk.
Walk-in customers are always welcome, however, if you would like to guarantee a specific available time we do accept, and encourage, you to make an appointment. Appointments are recommended for choosing and purchasing property. Appointments have priority over walk-in customers.
CEMETERY LOTS - ENDOWMENT
A wide range of lots are available at Hillside Memorial Park. Lots may be purchased on either a pre-need or an at-need basis. Please call (909) 798-7569 for current pricing information. Limited mausoleum crypt spaces are available. Ash burial plots and niche spaces are also available. Endowment fees are included in quoted prices. All lot prices and endowment fees are currently being evaluated and are subject to change.
For information on current fees and prices, please contact the Cemetery Office at (909) 798-7569.