Cremation Services in California

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Helpful information about cremation in California

Are you considering scattering the ashes of your loved one? Make sure you know the laws on both scattering and storing ashes in California, as their laws are the strictest in the nation.  California allows you to dispose of cremated remains by: placing them in a columbarium or mausoleum, burying them in cemetery grounds, keeping them at home (a permit is required and the remains are not to leave their container), storing them at a church or religious structure, scattering them in a cemetery scattering garden or in any area of the state where there is no local prohibition, or by scattering them at sea or inland navigable waters (except lakes or streams), at least 500 yards from shore. For more information visit the California Cemetery and Funeral Bureau.