The City of Ridgefield is the fastest growing City in the State of Washington. The Ridgefield Police Department is a small agency, comprised of 13 sworn members and 2 civilian staff. 2021 is the Ridgefield Police Department's 4th year participating in the project.  The limited Edition 2021 patches are available for sale for $10.00 each to raise money for the Pink Lemonade Project, a Clark County non-profit organization dedicated to the education, support and empowerment of those affected by breast cancer.  
The Pink Patch Project offers our department an opportunity to connect with the Ridgefield community and show support for our loved ones, our family members, our friends and our community members who have been impacted by breast cancer.  We are proud to participate in this event each year.  
Every year we design a new and unique breast cancer patch, specifically for the month of October. These patches are limited edition and only a certain number of patches are created each year. 


Type Of Agency
Zip Code
Our Instagram Handle
PO Box 546
Point Of Contact
Lt. Cathy Doriot and/or Sandra Hoots
Our Facebook Page
Phone Number
Our Department's Twitter Handle
Where Can Your Patch Be Purchased?

You can purchase a patch in person, Monday through Friday, 8:30 to 5:00 at the Ridgefield Police Department, located at 116 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA  98642. You can mail a check to the department at PO Box 546, Ridgefield WA  98642. Please make the check payable to the City of Ridgefield with "pink patch project" listed in the comment line. Patches are $10.00 each. Please include a $1.00 for shipping.  Purchasing through Paypal is an option.  Please reach out to for information on how to purchase a patch via Paypal.  


Contact Information

The Pink Patch Project
C/O: El Segundo Police Department
348 Main Street
El Segundo, CA 90245