Contact Chapel of the Chimes Hayward
After the loss of a loved one, funeral services are an opportunity to commemorate their life and the impact of their love. At Chapel of the Chimes Hayward, we offer customizable funeral services, including our signature services, to ensure you and your family have the opportunity to celebrate your loved one as you begin the healing process. You can reach us by calling (510) 398-6922 to discuss cremation, burial services, funeral planning, or planning ahead through funeral pre-planning near Hayward.
From San Leandro, head south on I-580 E to the exit for CA-238 toward Hayward. Keep left as you exit, following the signs for Hayward and continue onto Foothill Blvd. Turn right onto A St. at the corner with Chef's Experience China Bistro, then turn left onto Mission Blvd. in 0.2 miles. Continue 5.4 miles until you reach Chapel of the Chimes Hayward on your left, across from the Mexico Super.
From San Jose, take I-880 N toward Oakland to the exit for Decoto Rd./CA-84 W. Turn right at the end of the exit onto Decoto Rd., then turn left onto Mission Blvd. in three miles when the road ends. You'll find us on your right in one mile, across from the Mexico Super and Kono BBQ & Grill.
Originally inhabited by the Ohlone people, the area around Hayward became part of a Spanish land grant called Rancho San Lorenzo in 1841. A portion of the land was bought by William Dutton Hayward during the California Gold Rush; Hayward built a hotel, after which some historians believe the city is named.
Today, Hayward has a population of 149,392 and is the sixth largest city in the Bay Area. Its downtown area contains a number of historic buildings and landmarks, including the Green Shutter Hotel and the Eden Congregational Church.
Hayward Public Resources
- Helping Your Child Deal with Grief
- Ching Ming Saturday March 30th and Sunday March 31st at Chapel of the Chimes Hayward
- Above Ground Entombment Options at Chapel of the Chimes
- Understand the Symbolism Behind Some Commonly Selected Funeral Flowers
- Why Guilt Is a Common Part of Grieving and What You Can Do About It