A columbarium is a structure containing vaults lined with recesses or niches for cinerary urns.
You may choose inurnment in a niche in one of our five Columbaria. These niches are available in the interior of the Columbarium, or in the exterior walls facing the gardens.
The Cedar Columbarium
Our newest columbarium, the Cedar, located adjacent to the courtyard directly behind the office building, features interior niches composed of botticino marble fronted with glass, as well as glass-backed niches that provide visitors with peaceful views of the cemetery landscape. Exterior niches, which are a popular choice, are also offered at the Cedar Columbarium.
The Redwood Columbarium, located in the Redwood Complex, offers an array of interior, glass and marble-front niches. Electronic passkeys for private access are provided to those who select interior niches. A selection of traditional bronze urns is on display in the Redwood with a larger selection available at the main office.
Niches faced with polished granite have been erected in a low wall that borders a peaceful garden situated within the courtyard of the Ivy and Cypress Columbaria.
Ivy and Cypress Columbaria
The cemetery’s Cypress and Ivy Columbaria face each other across a courtyard just east of the office building. The Ivy Columbarium is the older of the buildings and contains two niche rooms for the permanent placement of inurned cremated remains. The Cypress Columbarium contains both interior and exterior niches.