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Carpinteria Cemetery District


Carpinteria Cemetery dates back to its first burial in 1858, and became a California Special District in 1913.

The Cemetery consists of 17 acres, 10 of which are currently used for interments. Carpinteria families have relied on this beautiful spot as a final resting place for their loved ones for over 160 years. The boundaries of the District are Rincon Point to the east and Ortega Ridge in Summerland to the west.

In addition to traditional in-ground interments, the cemetery has above-ground niche features for the inurnment of cremated remains. 



Map of plots in a cemetery

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An Aerial View of the Carpinteria Cemetery


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Carpinteria Cemetery District Compensation Report:
View the Government Compensation in California (GCC) Website 

View Map of Old Section of Cemetery