Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery

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Established in 1886; Founded for Redlands; Operated by Redlands

Redlands Mausoleum; Constructed in 1928

Redlands Mausoleum; Glass Front Niches

Hillside Mausoleum

Hillside Mausoleum; Crypts

Sunset Lawn dedicated in January 2018

There are several areas to choose from for in ground interment…

Block 11 Phase 1 Design

Our Legacy

Hillside Memorial Park was established in 1886 by local pioneers Frank Brown and Edward Judson to serve the needs of the community of Redlands. Hillside Memorial Park has been owned and operated by the City of Redlands since 1918. The cemetery is located in the southwestern section of the City in an area of scenic rolling hills. Our cemetery grounds have an approximate 53 acres making Hillside Memorial Park the largest city owned cemetery in California. Of those 53 acres there are 13 acres that are left undeveloped and available for future cemetery development projects.

Service Options

Traditional ground burial spaces are available for purchase the newer south end of the cemetery. Few spaces remain available for sale in the historic north end of the cemetery. For families that prefer an above ground-resting place we offer available crypts in our Hillside Mausoleum. With cremation services becoming increasingly popular, various options remain from in ground burials, niches, and benches for families to choose from. Whatever your wishes may be there is something that will meet your family needs at Hillside Memorial Park. Pre Need arrangements can be made in our office.

Cemetery Office and Park Hours

The cemetery office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. The office is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays. The main gate on Alessandro Road opens at 6:45 am and closes at Sunset year round.

Mausoleum Flowers and Decorations

Mausoleum flowers and decorations will be removed on a quarterly basis. The date of pick up will be on the first Wednesday of every January, April, July, and October. Affixing any item on the crypt or niche front not installed by cemetery staff is prohibited and will be removed as it violates our policy.

Grave Decorations and Flower Policy
Grave decorations and flowers are removed every Wednesday throughout the day regardless of weather conditions. Items prohibited to be used for decorating include candles, glass containers, and alcoholic containers. Fencing around the graves is not allowed at any time. No items are permitted to be hung or attached in any way to trees located on the cemetery premises. All items that are removed by staff will be discarded and families will not be allowed to recover said items. All flowers for recent burials will not be picked up on the Wednesday following the interment services.
Holidays Flowers Extensions

Grave decorations and flowers will not be removed on the Wednesday following the Mother's Day, Memorial Day, and Father's Day Holidays. For the Christmas Holiday families will be allowed to decorate from one week before the Holiday and one week after. For an exact listing of the dates to decorate for the extended Christmas Holiday please keep an eye out for the signs that will have the dates families can start decorating along with the first pick up date which shall be posted at both the Alessandro Road and Sunset Drive entrances.