The City of Jefferson has three municipal cemeteries, Old City Cemetery, Woodland Cemetery, and Longview Cemetery. These cemeteries are rich with local history that made Jefferson City what it is today. Please review our web pages to learn more about these historic cemeteries.
See our Progress!
The City of Jefferson Department of Planning and Protective Services has been actively working on restoring Woodland/Old City Cemetery. Please visit the cemetery to see our progress.
Cemetery Resource Board Report 2014-2015
Cemetery Resource Board Report 2015-2016
Cemetery Resource Board Report 2016-2017
Cemetery Resource Board Report 2017-2018
Records and additional information on these City owned and maintained cemeteries are available at the Department of Planning and Protective Services, City Municipal Building, 320 East McCarty Street. Calling ahead for an appointment is suggested.
New GIS Mapping Website Link:
The City of Jefferson GIS Division has created a search map for the public to find individuals located in Jefferson City Old City Cemetery and Longview Cemetery. To search for interred individuals click on the following link:
Search for Interred Individuals in Old City Cemetery and Longview Cemetery
Please Note: Woodland Cemetery is currently not mapped out at this time. This is a future project for the City of Jefferson.
To find additional information regarding individuals buried at Woodland/Old City Cemetery and Longview Cemetery please go to the following website: www.findagrave.com
Jefferson City National Cemetery resides in Jefferson City but is NOT maintained by the City.
The City of Jefferson is accepting donations for the preservation and restoration of the historic Woodland-Old City Cemeteries. Funds will be used to support preservation and restoration of grave markers and monuments. If you would like to give, please fill out the Donation Form and mail along with your check to City of Jefferson / Department of Planning and Protective Services, 320 E. McCarty Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101.
For information call (573) 634-6410.