Creekside Village: an independent community sets to welcome you Since 1985, Creekside Village, an independent senior living community in Beaverton, has provided residents with all the amenities of a five-star hotel. Step inside the community to see an elegant center where vibrant residents are steps away from the Beaverton Public Library, Beaverton Farmers Market, summer concerts, movies in the park and Beaverton High School with sports games, theater events and youth concerts. Moreover, Creekside Village boasts its very own public art gallery and art room for resident artists and creatives alike".
More than just a retirement center, Creekside Village is a community. With over 88 years of combined experience, our staff is dedicated to provide top-notch service to our residents with a cheerful heart and kind smile.
Numerous activities are scheduled by our Director of Fun who goes above and beyond to plan events with entertainment in mind. Field trips are highly anticipated by residents and the daily event schedule features games, exercise, movie night and billiards.
Our food has been called "sumptuous down-home country style." Our chef has been slinging supper here for 25 years and knows how to make our residents tummy-happy with delicious prime rib, savory pot roasts and so much more. You may even catch him dancing a jig at our Big Swing Band dances. We offer three meals a day, banquets and even barbeques.
"As you walk through our front doors, you get the overwhelming sense of hominess, acceptance and love. This is a constant comment of those who visit and choose to make Creekside Village their home. When I describe Creekside Village two famous sayings come to mind: 'There is no place like home and it's a wonderful life,'" said Creekside's marketing director.
Call today to start your golden years in style. Enjoying life, respect, individualism and creativity go hand-in-hand at Creekside Village.
5450 SW Erickson AveBeaverton, OR, 97005
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