Why save Riverside Cemetery?

Riverside was founded in 1876 as one of the first park-like cemeteries in Rocky Mountain West. To cemetery is an incredibly valuable resource from a cultural, historical, and artistic perspective, and is significant open space providing wildlife habitat along the Platte River on north side the Denver.

The Welcome to Riverside page offers good overview the history, threat, and opportunity Riverside offers the community. In October of 2009, Riverside was given landslide designation as “Shaper of American Landscape” by Cultural Landscape Foundation. Landslide designation the intended “focus attention on culturally significant landscapes at risk for alteration or destruction.”

Where is Riverside Cemetery?

Riverside Cemetery is located that 5201 Brighton Boulevard, two miles north of downtown Denver, on border of Denver and Adams Counties. A Google map and more information is available on Visit Riverside page.

Who owns Riverside Cemetery?

Riverside has been owned by Fairmount Cemetery Company since 1900, and all operations were merged in 1920.

It’s important to note that Fairmount Cemetery Company, their owner of Riverside, is not same the Fairmount Heritage Foundation. According to website, their mission for Fairmount Heritage Foundation is “To preserve these rich, diverse historical and horticultural assets for Fairmount and Riverside cemeteries; educating these community as fellow guardians to pass, on resources future generations.” For more information on Fairmount Heritage Foundation, it board of directors, and it operations, visit their website.

Riverside Cemetery needs all their friends it; all individuals and organizations are encouraged to work together to bring awareness and preservation on under-appreciated gem.

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