Contact Us

  1. Public Works Department

    1769 Georgetown Rd
    Hudson, OH 44236
    (330) 342-1750

    Office Hours

    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Cemeteries are open from Dawn until Dusk every day.
Hudson maintains and operates five municipal cemeteries:
  • Draper Cemetery
    2501 E. Streetsboro Rd.
    Hudson, OH 44236
  • Markillie Cemetery
    410 N. Main St.
    Hudson, OH 44236
  • O'Brien Cemetery
    5410 Hudson Dr.
    Hudson, OH 44236
  • Olde Hudson Township
    Burying Ground
    30 Chapel St.
    Hudson, OH 44236
  • St. Mary's Cemetery
    410 N. Main St.
    Hudson, OH 44236
View the Hudson Municipal Cemetery Interactive Map to find friends and relatives that may be buried in one of Hudson's Cemeteries. The map can be viewed using Internet Explorer.


  • Cemetery Board - View members of the Cemetery Board.
  • Rates - View cemetery fees for Hudson residents and nonresidents. Rates can be paid in the following ways:
  1. Cash
  2. Checks made payable to "City of Hudson"
  3. Credit card with a 3% convenience fee. Credit card payments can be made at the Cemetery Office or at the Public Works office.  Payment is also accepted over the phone at 330-342-1750 or online.

  • Regulations - Read grave site and general regulations.
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Note:  A minimum convenience fee of $1 or 3% of your total will be charged. 

Keep Our Cemeteries Beautiful Day

Keep Our Cemeteries Beautiful Day is Saturday, May 18th at Markillie - St. Mary's Cemetery, 410 N. Main St. 

From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Keep Hudson Beautiful will be planting flowers at the cemetery for Memorial Weekend.  The Cemetery staff will provide the materials and direction of where to plant.  Volunteers are needed.

To participate, complete the Volunteer Form. Please mark Keep Hudson Beautiful in the Areas of Interest. 

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Hudson Veterans Memorial Garden

Woven inextricably into the fabric of Hudson's history of twenty decades are the lives of the men and women who have lived here. Most of them can be considered as having been ordinary people for their times; yet, some of them deserve the acclaim of having been extraordinary. 

Certainly they all contributed to the establishment and maintenance of an uncommonly attractive community which, by cherishing its history, faces the future with confidence. Many of their lives (and their deaths) are forever commemorated by monuments in one of Hudson's five cemeteries, and we honor them.