Pringle Creek | Salem's Greenest Community

 

Highly efficient, economical and safe homes, nestled among 32 acres creating a community that is beautiful and healthy to live in.

 

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Sustainability at the Center of Our Community

As a B-Corp, Pringle Creek is committed to building a community that champions sustainability.

Live Green

Homes at Pringle Creek are Green and Healthy.  Built by Stafford Homes, each house is designed to meet LEED certifications reducing your energy expenses and improving your wellbeing.

Love Green

The Pringle Creek community is designed with ample parks to connect with your neighbors.  At the center is Painter’s Hall, a meeting center that is LEED-certified Platinum available to residents.

Be Green

Pringle Creek boasts 32 acres of greenspace with a community garden spaces and fruit orchard on site. Community buildings are low impact to the neighborhood saving water and energy.

A BIT ABOUT US

Pringle Creek Community is a fully sustainable residential development located in the heart of Oregon’s flourishing Willamette Valley. It is a place to live like no other; a vibrant, innovative community set in a serene urban oasis of Salem where living is simplified and woven into the rhythm of nature.

With your home at Pringle Creek, you become part of a neighborhood founded on principles of sustainability. We offer a variety of home styles all developed to LEED standards.  You will enjoy all the modern amenities of urban living in a beautiful natural setting filled with thoughtfully planned outdoor spaces, walking and biking paths, gardens and orchards, and community gathering places right outside your front door.

Painter’s Hall

At the heart of Pringle Creek resides the community center. Residents enjoy events and have access to using the facilities.

The Greenhouses 

The greenhouses at Pringle Creek are part of the sustainable living offered within our community.  Staffed by Colleen Owen, our Urban Farmer, who manages the two buildings and the community garden of the section is often available to answer questions.  Her produce is offered at specific periods of the year at the market stand.  The Cluckingham Palace, a chicken coup, resides at the backend of the greenhouses offering fresh eggs from the organic raised chickens. Pringle Creek has it’s own resident bees producing fresh honey available to residents for purchase from Colleen.  Residents can enjoy the fruits of our one of a kind community.

The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”

– Robert Swan