Tel Regev Cemetery
This cemetery was founded in 2004 following a shortage in burial plots in cemeteries in Haifa. The cemetery is used by other communities in the Haifa region, but its main use is by Haifa residents.
This cemetery is the first one in Israel in which dense burial - Sanhedrin (multi-tier) burial plots, family-couple burial plots, and top burial plots, rather than in individual plots - was planned from the beginning.
Halls in the Tel Regev Cemetery
This hall is located in the central building. The building is located on the left of the parking lot. There is a garden near the building with a number of olive trees, from which the hall's name is derived. This hall contains a room for eulogies in which the family and others attending the funeral gather. The funeral procession begins at this location.
This hall is located at the continuation of the road on the right side next to a large carob tree, from which the hall's name is derived. This hall contains a room for eulogies in which the family and others attending the funeral gather. The funeral procession begins at this location.
(Turn right after Zevulon Junction (from the direction of Yagur.
Cemetery supervisor: Mr. Yechiel Moskovitz 053-3103905
The burial area belonging to Haifa Hevra Kadisha in the cemetery is 55.42 dunam (13.855 acres), 13.8 dunam (3.45 acres) of which is designated for dense burial
Types of Burial
The types of burial used at this cemetery are Sanhedrin (multi-tier) burial, field burial, family-couple burial, top burial, and triple burial.
Bus line no. 73a from the Central Hamifratz Bus Station