Welcome to Longwood Memorial Gardens, a municipal cemetery owned and operated by the City. Established in 1957, Longwood Memorial Gardens is a 5 acre oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Longwood.
Currently, the City of Longwood is in the process of updating the landscaping in Longwood Memorial Gardens and it will feature live oaks, southern red cedar trees, crepe myrtle trees, and Washington palms. Recently a water feature and Columbaria were added to the cemetery.
In the future, the City of Longwood is looking at adding such features
as a Scatter Garden, Boulder Estates, and additional shrubbery.
Under Direction of City Clerk
The cemetery operations are directed by the City Clerk, as provided for
in City Code Chapter 26, Cemetery. The Longwood Memorial Gardens
driveway is open from 8 a.m. until sunset, unless otherwise posted,
Monday through Sunday. A walk-through gate provides daytime access only.
A document of ownership to the lot(s) will be provided to the purchaser
upon payment in full. The Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to
jointly execute documents of conveyance on behalf of the city to the
purchaser(s) of lot(s)/space(s) within the cemetery upon payment in
Gardens is located off of State Road 434 at 929 Grant Street,
immediately north after the intersection of Rosedale Avenue. The Office
of the City Clerk is the cemetery office and persons desiring to
purchase a lot shall do so at the Office of the City Clerk. The City
Clerk's Office is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
located at 175 W Warren Avenue. The telephone number for the City
Clerk's Office is 407-260-3440.