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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Ocean View Cemetery

Ocean View Cemetery Grave Locator and Maps

Visit our online mapping website to find the location of a grave within the Cemetery.

Opened 1898 by the City of Astoria. There are 100 acres of property with 50 acres developed. 16,000 interments at cemetery. Lake views with all kinds of wildlife on the grounds. 

 

 

The cities of Astoria and Warrenton have deep, rich history. Ocean View Cemetery is one of many historic resources that preserve our culture and heritage.

The Cemetery's rules and regulations can be viewed here: 

OVC Rules & Regulations pdf Document

The City has made an administrative change as of August 31, 2016.   This transition from the Parks Department to the City’s Finance Department will include all administrative responsibilities for Ocean View Cemetery.  Jill Culver will be responsible for scheduling burials, assisting with record inquires, overseeing invoicing and monitoring payments.  All cemetery records will be transferred to City Hall located at 1095 Duane Street, Astoria.  Jonah Dart-McLean will remain the supervisor at the cemetery.

Jill can be reached at City Hall at (503) 325-5821 or by email at jculver@astoria.or.us.   Jonah can be reached at (503) 741-1600 or by email at jdart@astoria.or.us.     

 

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2018 fee schedule f3 parks cemetery.pdf pdf Document
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Erin has been with the Astoria Parks and Recreation Department for 9 years – and she is one of the most approachable, kind, hardworking, accountable, and passionate individual that we have the honor of working with. In 2011, Erin became the Recreation Coordinator of  Lil’ Sprouts Academy, which she has nurtured to become a widely sought after child care and preschool program. She manages an unbelievably talented team, and has developed fantastic relationships with our Sprouts families.

Most notably, Erin recently spearheaded a campaign to declare “The Week of the Young Child” in Astoria, which celebrated preschool age children, their families, and highlighted the importance of early childhood education. Everyday she proves herself to be an asset to not just our department, but to our community.

 
 
 

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