Herriman Cemetery

12465 S Pioneer Street (6000 W)

Herriman, UT 84096

Cemetery Staff

Parks, Rec & Events Deputy Director: Anthony Teuscher
Cemetery Sexton: Duane Dumas
Deputy Recorder: Wendy Thorpe

Contact Us:

Hours: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm

Phone: 801-446-5323

Welcome to Herriman City Cemetery

Cemetery Map

There are five sections in the Herriman Cemetery.

If you are interested in purchasing a plot in the Herriman Cemetery please contact the Herriman City Offices at (801) 446-5323.

Cemetery Rules & Regulations – Adopted March 14, 2018

Cemetery Fees

  • Plot Purchase Price – This fee includes perpetual care.
    • Resident $750.00
    • Non-Resident $1,500.00
    • Resident Infant Fee $0.00
    • Non-Resident Infant Fee $500.00
    • Resident Urn $375.00
    • Non-Resident Urn $750.00
  • Opening and Closing Fee – Additional charges may be included as necessary to remove and reposition large headstones.
    • Monday-Friday / 8:00am-2:00pm – $750.00
    • Weekends/Holidays – $1,500.00
    • Resident Infant Fee – $0.00 / Weekends – $500.00
    • Non-Resident Infant Fee – $500.00 / Weekends – $750.00
    • Urn Section – $500 / Weekends – $750.00
  • Disinterment Fee
    • $750.00
  • Certificate, Transfer and Duplicate Fees
    • Certificate Fee – $25.00
    • Transfer Fee – $25.00
    • Duplicate Certificate Fee – $25.00
  • Special Fees and Costs
    • For funeral/graveside service beginning after 2:00 pm an additional fee of $600.00 will be charged.
    • Veteran Plaque – $115.00


Original Settlers Plaque

With reverence, this monument is created to acknowledge the lives of the pioneer families who sacrificed, endured, and enjoyed life, while establishing this community of Herriman. Through the years from 1851 to 1871, nearly 100 different families came to this corner of the Salt Lake Valley. Some were here for only a few months, others a few years, and a handful lived out their lives in Herriman. All made commitments of time, energy, and resources that allowed the settlement to grow and prosper. It is hoped that this tribute to these families will inspire and encourage residents of Herriman and other places to reflect with gratitude upon the spirit of unity, support, and brotherhood these pioneer families left as a legacy. We pay respect to these early settlers.

Ben Franklin Plaque

“Show me your cemeteries and I will tell you what kind of people you have.”

George Washington Plaque

“The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional as to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nations.”

Veterans Plaque

In honor of the veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States who are buried here with a salute for the courage, sacrifice, and devotion to duty and country embodied in their service and contribution to the cause of freedom. May each of them rest in peace. They bravely served for country’s sake and now have answered Heaven’s call. Home at last, forever young and always in our hearts.

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