PINES CEMETERY

OFFICE HOURS:

MON - FRI

800a-430p

SAT

900a-200p

PARK OPEN:

DAILY

DAWN to DUSK

CEMETERY ADDRESS

1402 S Pines Road
Spokane Valley, WA 99206

MAUSOLEUM ADDRESS

12116 E 16th 
Spokane Valley, WA  99206 

PHONE

(509) 926-2753

MAP

 

PINES CEMETERY

The information on this page was created to provide relevant information for persons who want more information about the Spokane Valley's cemetery as well as for those interested in planning or purchasing a memorial option.  It is our hope the information on this page will assist you in getting the information you desire.   The links below can allow you to jump to specific section of interest to you. 

MEMORIALIZATION AT RIVERSIDE

CEMETERY INFORMATION

 
 

MEMORIAL OPTIONS AT PINES CEMETERY

A landmark for Valley residents, Pines Cemetery occupies 36 acres in central Spokane Valley.  Wide lawns are intersected by walkways and bordered by many of its namesake Pine Trees.  The most striking immediate feature of the park is the striking century modern inspired mausoleum and the Pines Veterans Memorial.

 

Below are just a few of the options for permanent memorialization at Pines Cemetery.

CEMETERY GROUNDS

The cemetery grounds at Pines is a beautiful sun-lit landscape.  In additional to the larger monuments located on the grounds, smaller community columbaria and exterior crypts are located near the central entrance.

 
VETERANS MEMORIAL 

On large granite base, this monuments red granite exterior is tribute to all of those who have served and a memorial to loved ones.  The Veterans Memorial is a place of reflection which also functions as an outdoor cremation wall.  

To learn more about cremation niches and columbaria, click the link below.

 
 
WHISPERING PINES CREMATION LAWN

A protected space for scattering and permanent memorialization and honoring of loved ones, the Whispering Pines Cremation Lawn provides a space for reflection and lasting tribute.

PINES MAUSOLEUM

Pines Mausoleum provides a variety of options to honor and celebrate lives well lived.  At Pines Mausoleum, indoor and outdoor memorialization options are available.  Located inside and out are above ground crypts and niches to meet individual family desires.  To learn about these options for cremation or above ground options, click one of the links below.   

 
A BRIEF HISTORY

In 1907 the Opportunity Cemetery Association was established as a small, family operation to serve the then rural communities of the Spokane Valley.

 

Pines Cemetery was dedicated in 1910 and started with a few acres of land on the north side of 16th Avenue. The cemetery's neighbors during this time consisted mostly of apple orchards. 

Following the Second World War, and supported by the completion of Grand Coulee Dam and new industries in Trentwood and along Appleway (Sprague) Avenue, the population of the Spokane Valley began to take off.

As a consequence of this post-war growth boom, Pines Cemetery was quickly outgrowing its original property and purchased land on the south side of 16th Avenue.

 

The cemetery's most distinctive landmark, the basalt rock and glass Pines Mausoleum, was built on this land in the 1960's. 

A Veterans Memorial was added in the 1990's.  

In June of 2013 Fairmount Memorial Association agreed to acquire Pines Cemetery

 

MEMORIAL OPTIONS AND SERVICES

Discover the many options FMA provides for both traditional burial in addition to classical and contemporary options for cremation memorials.  The links below provide more information about the different ways that you and your family can continue to honor the life of a loved one today and for generations to come. 

PINES CEMETERY STAFF DIRECTORY

Fairmount Memorial Association staff at Pines Cemetery would be pleased to assist you with any questions or arrangements.  If you would like to speak to one of our Family Service Representatives, use the contact form below, call the cemetery office (509) 926-2753 or send us an email at info@fairmountmemorial.com