Sunnyside Cemetery

Golden and rich, the past becomes reality when you take a quiet stroll through Sunnyside Cemetery. At the archway, your breath is literally taken away as infinite mountain vistas and serenity abound. It is indeed a sacred place for those who have passed away.

The earliest found marker dates 1891. Historical records inscribed on tombstones with names, dates and sometimes, faraway places brings to heart and mind the people who have come to the “City of Mines.” Turn-of- the-nineteenth-century pioneers and their children, hard-rock miners, veterans and soldiers from five different wars, as well as, many other individuals are at final rest on this beautiful knoll. Stone carvings, intricate ironwork, and weathered wooden cribs pay tribute to the unique character of those who lived their lives in Victor, Colorado.” – Ancient & Honorable Order of E. Clampus Vitas 6014

Sunnyside Cemetery operates under a set of rules and regulations enforced by the City. For information regarding interment at the Cemetery, please contact the City Clerk, Glori Thurston at 719-689-2284 or by email.

Click here to be directed to the Names in Stone website.

Department Links

City Departments At-A-Glance

City of Victor

500 Victor Ave. PO Box 86
Victor, Colorado 80860
T: 719-689-2284 F: 719-689-2703

Animal Control

TCSO 719-687-9652

Building Department

Vera Pratt 719-689-5640

City Administrator

Glori Thurston 719-689-2284

City Clerk & Treasurer

Melissa Marron 719-689-2284

Fire Department

Fire Chief Ryan Haines 719-689-2886

Law Enforcement

Undersheriff Stan Bishop 719-687-9652

Parks & Facilities

Melissa Marron 719-689-2284

Planning & Zoning

Vera Pratt 719-689-5640

Public Works

Nathan Henderson 254-640-3421

Utility Billing

Nancy Hanks 719-689-2284

Victor Main Street Manager

Jon Zalewski 719-494-9789

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