Construction on the park honoring Jessica Ridgeway began on Tuesday.
A foundation that was born to honor the memory of Jessica Ridgeway is turning the tragedy into a way to help other children.
The city of Westminster is hoping to raise about $150,000 in donations to help complete a park honoring the memory of Jessica Ridgeway.
As the search for Jessica Ridgeway turned into the hunt for her murderer, the Chelsea Park became a focal point for the community’s grief, and a plan to rename it in Ridgeway’s memory united strangers in a common cause.
A community is keeping its promise to never forget a young murder victim as Westminster renamed a park for Jessica Ridgeway.
Since October, a park in Westminster has been a place for greiving and healing for those affected by the Jessica Ridgeway murder.
A park in Westminster that served as a place to remember a young murder victim will be renamed to permanently honor Jessica Ridgeway.
Police in Arvada on Sunday set up a command post near where the body of Jessica Ridgeway was found. They also met with residents; many still shaken by the gruesome crime and the thought that the child’s killer is still at large.
On Saturday crews continued to search the area around Highway 72, Indiana Street, and West 82nd near were remains belonging to Jessica Ridgeway were found last Wednesday.
Heartbreak, shock, anger and fear — all emotions many in the community feel after the emotional week.