When you visit Mountain View Memorial Gardens, you are surrounded by the serenity and peacefulness of our lush landscaping and well cared for grounds. It is this type of environment that you would expect when you come to pay respects to a loved one.
At Mountain View Memorial Gardens, we understand how important it is to make our location a beautiful place. When you come to reflect and memorialize someone, you want to be among beauty and tranquility. You want a place where you can honor and reflect. That is why we maintain our grounds daily and keep them in top condition.
For those of you who have never been to Mountain View Memorial Gardens, we invite you to come take a look. When you visit, you will be immediately taken by the beauty of the fountain as you enter the grounds. This fountain, which is considered a landmark in East Mesa, offers a welcome greeting when you come to the Mountain View Memorial Gardens site. During your tour, you will find lush, green lawns shaded by hundreds of Pine, Olive, and Palm trees. You will also see pops of color with seasonal blooms planted throughout. You won’t be able to help but notice that we care about the final resting place of your loved ones as much as you do.
When coming to our location, please take your time to enjoy our 12 spacious and unique gardens. Our specific Mountain View Memorial Gardens include areas dedicated to a variety of faiths including Christian, Catholic, Masonic, Latter-day Saints, Masonic, and inter-faith. They also include 19 mausoleums, including our newest Wall of Peace with its waterfall and gated meditation alcove.
For more information about Mountain View Memorial Gardens, please contact us at (480) 832-2850. With many options for interment, including ground burial cremation niches and benches, mausoleums, and family estates we think you will find our facility, services, and costs among the finest and most beautiful in the East Valley. Compare for yourself and see why Mountain View Memorial Gardens is the choice for so many in our area.
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