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Cheyenne National Cemetery

About Cheyenne National Cemetery

Cheyenne National Cemetery is a new 5-acre Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) national cemetery located in the southeast portion of Wyoming. The cemetery will serve the burial needs of more than 22,000 Veterans, their spouses and eligible family members for the next 40+ years.

The initial phase of construction will develop approximately 2.42 acres and provide for approximately 1,604 gravesites, accommodating both casketed and cremated remains. In addition to gravesites, the cemetery will include other features such as a front entrance off Hildreth Road, a columbarium and memorial plaque wall, a flagpole assembly area, a committal shelter, and a gravesite locator kiosk. Other cemetery infrastructure features will include roads, landscaping, and irrigation.

The cemetery was officially dedicated on October 8, 2020, and the first burials took place in early  November 2020.

2422 Seymour Ave, Cheyenne, WY, 82001