Phoenix Memorial Park belongs to the Dignity Memorial family cemetery provider network, one of the largest cemetery and funeral service providers in the United States. Phoenix Memorial Park has served the Phoenix community and surrounding areas for nearly 50 years, establishing business as a funeral, cremation and cemetery service provider in the early 1960s.
Nestled under the gorgeous blue Arizona sky and rugged desert landscape, the cemetery property offers an oasis of green and beauty in a beautiful geographical location. Located in Maricopa County, the cemetery was formally known by the name Deer Valley Memorial Gardens. Beautiful fountains and structures throughout the property as well as a plethora of native and deciduous trees offer shade and comfort from the sometimes harsh desert sun.
Groundskeepers at Phoenix Memorial Park give the grounds their special attention, offering a green and lush landscape through all seasons. Various sections of the cemetery property may be reached by triangular and straight line driving pathways, which in turn offer access to all parts of the property by foot traffic.
The needs of multidenominational and multicultural beliefs and religions are honored at Phoenix Memorial Park, offering a variety of options to grieving family members and loved ones, including mortuary services, traditional in-ground burial, and cremation services.
Surrounded by palm trees and other greenery, Phoenix Memorial Park is also the final resting place of musician Alvin Casey, and also serves as the final resting place of many area residents as well as generations of pioneering families.
The cemetery property is located due north of downtown Phoenix, between the Phoenix suburbs of Glendale and Scottsdale and Cave Creek. Travelers to the cemetery may reach the property by taking Interstate 17 north out of downtown Phoenix and making a turn east on the 101 loop, also known as the Pima Freeway. A turnoff onto the Beardsley Road from North 7th Avenue or North 7th Street will take individuals to the property, located between those two north/south running streets.