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361 Sharrott Avenue, Staten Island NY 10309

718-356-7738  |  Fax 718-356-2425

Catholic cemeteries are holy places of prayer and remembrance. To preserve their sacred character admission to the grounds and buildings is granted to those who conduct themselves in accordance with their Rules and Regulations and act in concert with Catholic belief, tradition and decorum.

Resurrection Cemetery is open for visitation Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Inclement weather, however, may restrict access to the cemeteries. If doubt exists, those wishing access to the properties for visitation purposes may always contact the cemetery office 718-356-7738.

Standard office hours at Resurrection Cemetery
Monday thru Saturday: 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

The cemetery office is closed on major holidays as observed by Catholic religious practice and state and/or federal governments; in addition, no committal services take place on these days. If doubt exists, those wishing to conduct business at Resurrection Cemetery may always make initial contact with that office by telephone.

Driving Directions

Resurrection Cemetery, located in the Pleasant Plains area of Staten Island, New York, is 126 acres of which 42 have been developed into 19 sections for ground burial and two major mausoleum complexes. The cemetery property overlooks Raritan Bay, faces Hyland Boulevard, its two major parcels, bisected by Sharrott Avenue, are accessed by entrances located along Sharrott Avenue. It is easily accessible from Brooklyn (Verrazano Narrows Bridge) and New Jersey (Bayonne or Goethals Bridge).

2021 Holy and Holiday Schedule for office closings and no burial services is as follows:

  • Solemnity of Mary – Friday, January 1
  • Martin Luther King – Monday, January 18
  • Presidents’ Day– Monday, February 15
  • St. Patrick’s Day – Wednesday, March 17
  • Memorial Day – Monday, May 31
  • Independence Day – Sunday, July 4
  • Labor Day – Monday, September 6
  • Columbus Day – Monday, October 11
  • Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 25
  • Christmas Day – Saturday, December 25