Knollwood Memorial Park would like to acknowledge and thank all of our partners in helping families during this difficult time.  Please click here to view our video appreciation.  

Knollwood Memorial Park is sensitive to your concerns about the impact of COVID-19.  We are protective of families visiting the park, either for making arrangements or attending services. In accordance with the protocols outlined by the CDC, WHO and the local Department of Public Health, we have increased our diligence in sanitizing surfaces, door handles, and other high traffic areas. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will respond as necessary. We continue to be here to serve the community.  Please note the following:

The Grounds:
For anyone coming to the cemetery, please remember to practice social distancing and to wear a mask when not in a vehicle.  The park will continue to be open to the public during its regular hours from 7:30AM to dusk.  To maintain sanitary protocols, the park will not be placing flags for Memorial Day.

Maintenance requests:
We have begun to take requests for improvements and we ask for your patience while we address your requests in the order in which they are received.

The Welcome Center:
The Welcome Center is closed to the public.  It is critical we be consistent in this regard and there will be no exceptions.  Accordingly, visitors are encouraged to use our online services at www.knollwoodmemorial.com to find loved ones, get directions to their location, view and print park maps and get general information.

Business Office:
The office remains open for all Cemetery business by phone [781-828-7218] or email [info@knollwoodmemorial.com] only.

Pre-planning Meetings:
Please arrange appointments in advance via phone at [781-828-7218].

Transfers:
We have begun to process transfers and we ask for your patience while we complete them in the order in which they are received.

Burial Services:
We will continue to perform all scheduled burials. However, you may notice some changes in protocol to comply with state and federal directives to ensure the welfare of the families we serve and our staff. Also, in accordance with the updated Governor’s orders ( Click here to view ) all public gatherings are limited to 10 people or less.  Given the increase in the number of COVID-19 deaths, please note that anyone attending a burial must be wearing a mask to be at the graveside or will be required to remain in their vehicle – no exceptions.

Please continue to check this page before planning a trip to the Cemetery. We will continue to update this page with announcements about any further changes to our daily operations.