Current Condition

Neillsville Municipal Cemetery
City of Neillsville Ordinance Sec. 4-5-1 through 4-5-12

The cemetery consists of 34.5 acres of former rolling farmland.  Currently, the platted area encompasses 19.2 acres.  The first recorded burials pre-date both the cemetery platting and the City of Neillsville’s incorporation in 1882.  As the cemetery grew from the original site in 1870, plots were added in 1890, 1899, 1910, 1927, and 1969, creating a very pleasant pastoral view of the wildlife that passes through.  The western end of the cemetery (original plat), with its canopy of big oaks, large granite headstones, mausoleum, and veterans’ graves, provides a step back into the City of Neillsville’s history, with many of the founding families represented.

Purchasing Cemetery Grave Sites
To view or purchase cemetery grave sites, please contact the Cemetery Sexton at
715-743-7071 to set up an appointment. 

Flowers and decorations are removed from the cemetery on April 1 and October 1, weather permitting.

Any flowers or decorations left in the cemetery on April 1 and October 1 will be removed and discarded.

Cemetery Sexton:
Regan Barth

Office Hours:   

7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday, and by appointment

Contact Info:              

Phone: 715-743-7071

Location: 811 E. 15th Street

Mailing Address: 118 W. 5th Street

Email Address:

Fee Schedule

Cemetery Map


List of Burials 

City Ordinance Title 4 - Chapter 5 – City Cemetery

Clark County WI Internet Library (county-wide burial list)

Pine Valley Cemeteries

Gesche Funeral Home

Marshfield Monument

Neillsville Monument
Janice Miller
415 E. Sixth Street
Neillsville, WI 54456





Department Contacts
City Clerk (715) 743-2105
Public Works (715) 743-5678
Recreation (715) 743-2400
Library  (715) 743-2558
Parks     (715) 743-7071  
Cemetery (715) 743-7071  
Water Dept.       (715) 743-3991
Sewer Dept. (715) 743-3592
Police Dept.  (non-emergency) (715) 743-3122