The Olds Cemetery, located at 6402 46 Ave, is owned and maintained by the Town of Olds and is located just south of Olds on the west side of Highway 2A.

If you are looking for a specific grave, this search tool provides a fast and easy way to search for a loved one interred at Olds Cemetery.  


Annual Cemetery Clean Up

Please note that the Annual Cemetery Clean Up occured on Thursday, May 30, 2024. Items that were on the grass and not affixed to the headstones were to be removed.

For more details, contact Gary at 403.507.4811 or ggaudette@olds.ca

Olds Cemetery Information

  • Fees for grave opening and closing vary depending on the type of burial, the time of year, and the time of day, and day of week. Summer rates are in effect from May to October. Winter rates apply from November to April.

  • Opening and closing of graves should take place between 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. If burial service is required after 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, on a weekend, or Statutory Holiday, additional fees will apply.

  • Burial orders must reach the Town office two full working days (48 hours) before burial is to take place.

  • Permits must be obtained from the Town of Olds for all interments, disinterments, and monument placements.

  • There are restrictions on size, location, and material of monuments.

  • Maintenance of monuments is the responsibility of the family of the deceased.

  • Costs and fees vary depending on whether the purchaser or deceased is/was a Resident or Non-Resident.

Monument Installation Permit

Please print and fill this Monument Installation Application Form and send it to cemetery administration

Additional information:

Lions Memorial Forest

The Town of Olds, in partnership with Lions Clubs in southern Alberta, have developed a Lions Memorial Forest in the new development area of the Olds cemetery.

One hundred and ten trees have been planted and mapped, and will be identified with a plaque commemorating the late member.  

For further information or to purchase a memorial tree in honor of a deceased Lions member, please contact Henry Czarnota at 403-507-9628 or czarnota@telus.net.


Lions Memorial Forest Assigned Trees

Olds Cemetery Guide Book

Printed copies of Our Legacy Our Story,  the Olds Cemetery Guide Book are available free at the Town of Olds Administration Building at 4512 46 St.,  or at the Mountain View Museum and Archives at 5038 50 St. Digital copies  of the Guide Book are also available here.