Locate a Loved One

Follow the 3 steps listed below to locate a loved one at either Regina Cemetery or Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery:

  1. Search the cemetery database . Use the online cemetery database first to search by last name or burial date. If you are having trouble using the database, review the help tips. Using this information, the database will display the resting places that match your search criteria. (If information is available, some records may also display birth date and burial date.) Database is updated weekly.

    A QR code can be found on signage at the cemeteries that you can scan from your mobile device to help you get direct access to the online database.  In order to scan a QR code, free software will need to be installed on your mobile device.

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  3. Record the plot's location. Once you have found your loved one’s record in the cemetery database, write down the letters and numbers listed on the right-hand side of that row. The block-plot-lot information represents the “address” to locate your loved one and is specific to each cemetery. You will use this information in step 3.
  4. View the location on a map. The online printable maps for Regina Cemetery or Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery display the sections found at each cemetery (the first number of the 'address' you recorded in step 2.) The detailed map at the entrance to the Regina Cemetery identifies the location of each grave by block-plot address.  To locate a loved one at Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery, provide staff at Cemeteries Administration Office at Riverside with the block-plot-lot address. Staff will direct you to the exact location.

Can’t locate your loved one

If you cannot find your loved one in our searchable database or the information displayed is incorrect, contact Cemeteries.

Note: Some personal information as defined by the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act (FOIP), has been removed from this database since personal information like date of birth or date of death cannot be released publicly until 25 years after the death of that person. In other cases, the City has no records with this information.