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Draper Cemetery Address:  12441 South 900 East, Draper, UT  84020
The Draper City Code on the Cemetery can be found in Section 14: Title 10-90.
Draper City Code

Driving Directions.  From Interstate 15 in the Salt Lake Valley, exit at 12300 South.  Then travel east to 900 East, turn right (south), and drive a block and a half to the cemetery (on east side of the street).

Scheduling a Burial
If you already own a burial plot in the Draper Cemetery and need to schedule a burial, please contact Draper City at (801) 576-6506.  

Burial Plots

Unfortunately, there are no burial plots available for purchase in the Draper Cemetery.  Draper City is willing to re-purchase unused burial plots from individuals who do not plan to use their plot.  Draper City will then sell these plots to people who are on a waiting list.  If you are interested in getting on the waiting list, contact (801) 576-6506.

Draper Cemetery Map  There is a map on the cemetery building with names to help locate plots o in the cemetery.

History of the Draper City Cemetery

The cemetery was established around 1850, originally on the "Sand Hill" in Draper. Due to weather, animal or other concerns, the remains were moved in 1870 to the present location. 

Notable Burials
The earliest burial date recorded at the cemetery dates back to November 21, 1870, but there are headstones with earlier dates than that. The cemetery was started by Mormon pioneers who settled in Draper City. The first settlers in Draper are buried in this cemetery: Ebenezer and Phoebe Brown and William Draper.

City Cemetery

Draper City Hall
1020 E. Pioneer Road
Draper, UT  84020
Email Burials

Ph:  (801) 576-6502
Fx:  (801) 576-6511

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday

Grounds Maintenance
Public Works Facility
72 E. Sivogah Ct. (14525 S.)
Draper City, UT  84020
Email Grounds Maintenance

Submit a Service Request

Ph: (801) 576-6557
Fx: (801) 576-6349

7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Monday - Friday