The City of Prince Rupert has provided Cemetery Services for Prince Rupert and surrounding areas since 1912. Our Fairview Cemetery is a unique reminder of our past, present and future. You can trust that your family and friends will be remembered and cared for the way you wish, now and forever. City staff will assist you in providing a final resting place for your loved one.
For more information on burial options, markers, site maintenance, fees and the City’s adornment policy, please see our Cemetery brochure, also available at City Hall.
For the a full list of up to date cemetery fees, please see our Cemetery Fees and Charges Bylaw, available online and on request at City Hall.
Would you like to find a loved one at the cemetery? Our GOMAP system allows you to look up headstones at the Fairview Cemetery. You can find the map search tool, here.
Canada Bereavement Registry
Canada Bereavement Registry is a free service that helps to stop unwanted mail and phone calls to the deceased. The Canada Bereavement Registry was started in order to offer an important, compassionate and free service to bereaved families. Our mission is to help stop unwanted direct mail and phone calls to the deceased. This helps reduce grief to survivors by not having to receive such kinds of correspondence, which are often painful reminders of their loss. In addition, Canada Bereavement Registry is committed to helping the environment by minimizing the waste generated by millions of pieces of unwanted direct mail. Click here to make a registration.
Link Road, Fairview Road (off Highway 16, west end of Prince Rupert)
City Hall, 424 3rd Avenue West
Monday to Friday - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
(excluding statutory holidays)