The City of Austin was founded in 1839 and shortly thereafter, the State of Texas deeded what is now known as Oakwood Cemetery to the City. Today, City of Austin Cemetery Operations, a division of the Parks and Recreation Department, operates five municipal cemeteries and maintains two family cemeteries. These cemeteries are located across the city of Austin and consist of 200+ acres of cemetery grounds, more than 80,000 burials, and five historic buildings. Cemetery Operations is located at Austin Memorial Park and the staff manages the grounds, administrative operations, burials, and historic resources.

The municipal cemeteries include: Austin Memorial Park Cemetery, Evergreen Cemetery, Oakwood Cemetery, Oakwood Cemetery Annex, and Plummers Cemetery. The family cemeteries include the cemetery at Longview Park and the Stanley-Nolen Cemetery at Garrison Park.

 

City of Austin Municipal Cemeteries

Austin Memorial Park

2800 Hancock Drive, Austin, Texas 78731

Austin Memorial Park was established in 1927 and houses the Cemetery Operations offices. The lawn cemetery is more than 80 acres and still has spaces available for purchase.

Austin Memorial Park Section Map (PDF)


Evergreen Cemetery

3300 East 12th Street, Austin, Texas 78721

Evergreen Cemetery was established in 1926 on a 30-acre parcel to serve Austin’s African American community. It has over 12,000 burials and has spaces available for sale.

Evergreen Cemetery Section Map (PDF)


Oakwood Cemetery Annex

1600 Comal Street, Austin, Texas 78702

Oakwood Cemetery Annex opened in 1915 and is across the street from Oakwood Cemetery. Its 18-acres were laid out in a unique bowtie design.

Oakwood Cemetery Annex Section Map (PDF)


Oakwood Cemetery

1601 Navasota Street, Austin, Texas 78702

Established in 1839, Oakwood Cemetery is Austin’s first municipal burial ground. The cemetery sits on 40 acres and contains the graves of many early local leaders. The 1914 Oakwood Cemetery Chapel is programmed by PARD Museum and Cultural Programs. 

Oakwood Cemetery Section Map (PDF)


Plummers Cemetery

1150 Springdale Road, Austin, Texas 78721

Plummers Cemetery was established in 1898 as a private cemetery serving Austin’s African American community. It was acquired by the City of Austin in 1957. Please visit or contact the Cemetery Operations office for additional information about maps of Plummers Cemetery.

 

City of Austin Family Cemeteries

Cemetery at Longview Park

7609 Longview Road, Austin, Texas 78745


Stanley-Nolen Cemetery at Garrison Park

6001 Manchaca Road, Austin, Texas 78745

 

City of Austin Cemeteries Locations