Imagine a place designed to be in balance with nature.

Pringle Creek Community uses resources wisely and sustainably. The community has 12 acres of shared space that is landscaped with orchards, berry patches, restored glasshouses for year-round gardening, and an acre of community garden space. Imagine calling this home.







Our namesake, Pringle Creek, runs through the length of the community. Our creek has been restored and certified as Salmon Safe, meaning the watershed is clean enough for native salmon to spawn and thrive. Benches along the creek allow quiet contemplation of the surrounding beauty and appreciation of the gentle sounds of water wandering and flowing with your thoughts.

Pringle Creek Community’s shared green space totals 35% of the neighborhood. These green spaces provide a rooted feeling, where people connect with the land, wildlife and growing things at every turn.

Shared Gardens

Whether you want to have a space in the community garden or simply have your CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) basket delivered to your porch, fresh wholesome fruits and vegetables are part of the Pringle Creek Community experience.


Our vintage Lord and Burnham glasshouses provide an opportunity to get back in touch with the earth and experience the joy of growing delicious greens and vegetables year-round.


Orchards and berry patches – cherries, apples, plums, pears, peaches, blueberries, and strawberries – make up our edible landscape, another community amenity. Nibbling while picking is expected!


Pringle Creek Community is a model for the future with balanced, sustainable development focusing on land preservation, energy efficiency, green building, walkability, high-density building, agriculture, and community living for multiple generations.


Learn how innovation impacts the community from the streets to the homes.


Learn how innovation impacts the community from the streets to the homes.


Homes at Pringle Creek are unique, healthy, and green.  Find a home in Oregon’s LEED certified homes.