Woodlawn Cemetery

Woodlawn Cemetery is located at the corner of North Street and 3rd Avenue. Woodlawn Cemetery is a Village owned cemetery that provides public burial sites and cemetery services. This municipal cemetery is nonsectarian/nondenominational. For more information contact the Community Development Department at 262-375-5303.

Available Lots:
No lot sales are available in sections A through F. These are older sections of the cemetery and are only available for interments of previously owned lots and family plots. These sections are located west of the north/south drive and directly south of North Street.

Currently, lot sales are occurring in sections J and I. These sections are governed by different regulations than the other sections of the cemetery to maintain the wooded areas and openness of this area. Not more than one memorial monument or marker may be located on any lot, with the exception of approved war or service markers. All memorial monuments and markers shall be of flush bronze, granite or marble type. 

Maximum Internments per Grave:
  • 1 vaulted full burial
  • 1 vaulted full burial and 1 vaulted cremation 
  • 2 vaulted cremations
Cemetery Layout

Cemetery Site Directory

Perpetual Care

Perpetual care for the cemetery grounds is included in the purchase of burial sites.  


All monuments shall be placed with and on a proper foundation of poured monolithic concrete. Section A – F monument bases shall not exceed 9“ in height. Section A – F monuments shall not exceed 24” in height, not including the height of the monument base. Above grade monuments are not allowed in sections I thru L.

Plantings, Shrubs, and other Decorative Items

Lot owners shall have the right to place one vase or wreath per grave. The cultivation of trees, shrubs and plants within the lot is prohibited. Seasonal winter decorations will be removed by May 1 of each year. Any decorations or other items that may impede cemetery maintenance or damage cemetery equipment will be removed without prior notice at the discretion of the Community Development Director.