The Town of Frisco Cemetery is located at 35 Marina Road in Frisco, Colorado. The cemetery is owned and administered by the Town of Frisco.
The online burial search allows you view up-to-date information for the Frisco Cemetery.
The date on which the Frisco Cemetery was established is uncertain; what is known is that it is more than one hundred years old. Portions of the cemetery have been left in their natural state, while other sections are more manicured and maintained by the Town. The cemetery has twenty-seven blocks; three of which are reserved for the Deming, Lund, and Thomas/Mogee families in the natural area. One block in the maintained area was purchased by the Rocky Mountain Bible Church to meet special needs of the community and their members. It is surmised that most of the earliest and unmarked graves are for miners or prostitutes.
In 1951 an uproar erupted in the town when newcomer Emil Slovak claimed that a half acre of the cemetery was on his ranch. He erected a barbed-wire fence on what he determined was his property line and threatened to dig up the graves on his side of the fence. After a court battle with Frisco officials, Slovak lost his case. He eventually sold his ranch.
The cemetery doesn’t house only the dead. The mowed area is home to dozens of prairie dogs, and the natural area, especially the east side, counts at least one resident badger. While the birds and squirrels that nest in the trees are welcome, the ground inhabitants are not.
*Fillable Interment forms can be emailed to email@example.com
Copies are also available at Town Hall or at Frisco Public Works
*Please contact the Town Clerk to confirm plot availability.
Frisco Residents and Property Owners: one hundred dollars ($100) except for Block Nos. 17 through 27, and these shall be one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125). A Frisco resident is defined as: a full time resident of Frisco and or a person owning Frisco property. Residents of Bills Ranch, Giberson Tract, Wiborg Park, Evergreen, Frisco Heights, and Frisco Terrace Subdivisions may purchase burial plots at the Town of Frisco resident rate. Former residents of Frisco with relatives buried within the cemetery may purchase lots or burial plots at the Summit County resident rate
Summit County Residents: one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) except for Blocks Nos. 17 through 27, and these shall be one thousand eight hundred dollars ($1,800).
Out-of-County Residents: two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) except for Block Nos. 17 through 27, and these shall be three thousand ($3,000).
The price for a lot shall be the aggregate of the price for each burial plot located within such lot.
The Town of Frisco is solely responsible for the excavating of disinterments. Disinterment fees are assessed on an hourly basis as determined by the Cemetery Superintendent.
The Town of Frisco is solely responsible for the excavating of interments.
Per Town Code: The Town of Frisco shall accommodate winter burials to the extent reasonably
possible; provided, however, that the Town Council has determined that burials and
disinterments beginning November 1 of each year and ending May 15 of the next
subsequent year are generally not reasonably possible and shall only be permitted
upon a finding by the Cemetery Superintendent that extraordinarily warm weather
has substantially mitigated the practical difficulties inherent in winter burials.
All excavation for interments and disinterments shall be conducted exclusively by the Town of Frisco.