Blog - Page 11 of 114 - Pringle Creek Community

Home » Blog

Intergenerational Households

At Pringle Creek Community, we think resourcefulness is a good thing. We pay careful attention to how the Earth's precious resources are being used, and see if there are even more ways to leave a lighter footprint in the world. With the stigma of adult millennials moving in with parents decreasing, and the realization that this is a strategic move rather than a lazy one, more and more people are beginning to see that living in an intergenerational household has a lot of benefits. You get the chance to strengthen family ties, perhaps further a career, and save some ... Read more

Green Building Mandates

We've been doing green building for quite some time, and we're glad to hear that Governor Kate Brown is also supporting it through green building mandates. We believe in building a community that consciously takes steps to leave a lighter footprint on the earth. Our homes are built with healthy materials that have energy efficiency in mind. Whether it's building a home on the geothermal loop or installing solar panels to generate energy, our mission is to live healthy and live better together. We also have an electric station for cars to power up on cleaner fuel. With the ... Read more

Socializing + Food = Community

Our community continues to fulfill our sustainable mission, and our residents rock when it comes to being upstanding citizens who incorporate sustainability into their everyday routine. We have a resident meeting each month to talk about happenings at Pringle Creek Community, and it's so fun to check-in and see how everyone is doing. Topics such as parties with 15 babies crawling around in Halloween costumes, Girl Scouts, going off on vacation, and donating time to families in need are just some of the things spoken around the table. It's also always fun to share a meal together. Food is a ... Read more

Groundbreaking Lot 23

Why is breaking ground so fun? It means that the building is starting and there are so many possibilities! We have just broken ground on Lot 23, John Muir Loop. The plans are for a wonderful LEED Certified home with Net Zero potential. It’s a spacious 2-level, 4 bedroom, and 2.5 bath. It has plenty of room for you and your family to stretch out and enjoy the sun-filled rooms and expansive open plan layout. If you’re a family that’s just welcomed your first child (or third), if you’re a family with lots of fur children, or just want the extra ... Read more

Super Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts go way back. Do you remember being a Brownie or perhaps your mom has a sash with various patches sewn on that show she achieved some awesome skills in self-sufficiency and sustainability? Did you have a heated debate on how Tagalongs were the best cookie, hands-down? Perhaps you remember singing, "Make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the others gold." Experiencing the great outdoors, having cook-outs, and telling spooky stories by the campfire are all activities that a lot of Girl Scouts and Girl Scout families remember fondly, and are still being celebrated ... Read more
Page 11 of 114« First...910111213...203040...Last »