Welcome to the Bozeman Cemetery Department's website!
The 73-acre Sunset Hills Cemetery, the only City owned and maintained cemetery, is a virtual arboretum of stately pine, fir, spruce, ash, maple, cedar and various ornamental trees, which are maintained by the Forestry Division. The cemetery currently contains over 16,000 burial sites with nine dedicated affiliation areas and room for expansion.
Sunset Hills Cemetery is located on East Main Street directly south of Lindley Park. If you are looking for burial records and plot locations, please visit us at the cemetery office located at 340 Golf Way.
Notables buried at Sunset Hills include Chester “Chet” Huntley, Henry Comstock discovered the famous Nevada Comstock Lode), John Bozeman (City’s Namesake), Nelson Story and countless other easily recognizable Gallatin Valley names.
Cemetery Master Plan
2018 Updated Cemetery Master Plan. This master plan was updated by the Cemetery Advisory Board and approved at its board meeting on August 4, 2017.
Sunset Hills Cemetery is dedicated to excellence in providing professional and dignified services in a serene and beautiful surrounding to help survivors through their bereavement process.
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Starting Thursday, April 2nd the City of Bozeman will be closing all playgrounds.
🖐️The closure includes all 52 play structures, swings, slides, climbing apparatus (including climbing boulders), spinners, spring toys, zip lines, and any other equipment associated with a playground.
🚧The closure also includes the City of Bozeman Skate Park at Kirk Park.
👍🐶🌲The closure does not include City of Bozeman parks or dog parks.
Full press release:
http://www.gallatinmedia.org/?p=6747 Mar 16 No information for likes
Starting on March 17, 2020 the City of Bozeman Library and Parks and Recreation departments will be closing all facilities and canceling all programs until further notice. In addition, all non-essential public meetings will be canceled until further notice.
Parks and Recreation- All recreation facilities will be closed until further notice, this includes the following:
-Bozeman Swim Center
-Story Mill Community Center and Parks and Recreation Department main office
-Beall Park Recreation Center
All Recreation Facility reservations are cancelled until further notice, full refunds for cancelled reservations will be issued. The City will not accept new reservations for recreation and park facilities until May 1, 2020.
Library- The Library building and mobile outreach will be closed until further notice.
All Library programs, events, classes, and group activities have been cancelled as of Saturday March 14, 2020
Book drops for returns will be unavailable, patrons will NOT be able to return items during the Library’s closure.
Due dates for library items will be extended another 8 weeks.
Meetings- All non-essential public meetings of any board, agency, or committee of the City other than the City Commission are cancelled until further notice. Exceptions may be allowed with approval from the City of Bozeman City Manager.
Mar 15 No information for likes
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM PARKS & RECREATION
After careful consideration of the current circumstances around COVID-19, the Bozeman Parks and Recreation Department is canceling all recreation and aquatic programming until further notice, effective immediately. The Bozeman Swim Center and Story Mill Community Center will remain open during normal business hours with enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols in effect. The safety of the public and our staff remain our top priority. For local updates and information on how you can protect yourself please visit the Gallatin City-County Health Department’s website at
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