5450 Southwest Erickson Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97005
Creekside Village is an independent senior retirement community for residents 55 years of age and older, located close to Portland in central Beaverton, Oregon. One very special feature of Creekside Village is our grocery store located just off of the lobby, where residents can conveniently purchase milk, bread, soup, beverages, various snacks, and other grocery items. Residents can even purchase deli sandwiches, baked treats and other food items to-go for lunch, dinner time.
Since 1985, our staff has provided residents with wonderful amenities and services. We offer spacious apartments, community and resident-run activities, and restaurant-style dining — all within a beautifully maintained peaceful park-like setting.
Our staff is dedicated to providing top-notch service with a cheerful heart and kind smile. Numerous activities are scheduled by our activities director, who goes above and beyond to plan events and entertainment, all while keeping residents safe, happy, and content. Parties, outdoor events, and daily activities keep residents looking forward to their days at Creekside Village.
We offer an on-site library, a pool room, fitness room, multiple game and social rooms, an art gallery, and a special art studio. In nice weather, many residents enjoy the patio outside the dining room and use...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Staff is uncaring and rude. The executive director discriminates against people with disabilities. Such drama and lack of professionalism in a place that works with seniors.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My loved ones lived there. If I need a place like us I would go to Creekside. The care, attention and food was good.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Of the three places I've toured, this was by far the most beautiful. The campus has four acres and there is a lovely walking path and a pond with ducks. The facility is clean and it's obvious that great care has been taken to give it a homey feel. I left with the feeling of "Summer Camp for Seniors". But, this is a place for *very* independent living -- there are external vendors for aging-in-place, but these must be found and contracted personally at whatever going rate one can find. There are nice choices on the menu, the staff were caring and respectful of the residents not only greeting by name but inquiring how the person was doing, and one of the residents volunteered to me that she'd been there four years and couldn't be happier. Residents seemed happy and I saw several activities going on with engaged residents. There's little flexibility on meal times. Only one meal comes with the rent, and the person must choose which meal they want. Residents get meal tickets that can only be used at that meal. Residents can bring containers to take food back to their kitchenette but if they fall asleep or return late and miss mealtime, they'll need to have a backup in their rooms or make other arrangements. Small pets up to 25 pounds are permitted, but not enthusiastically, I didn't see any pets on my tour. Two days after my tour I received a personal Thank You note. Ladies send Thank You notes. It's that kind of place.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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