The Greenmeadow community is made up of twenty-two neighborhood streets. Inspired by principals of modern architecture conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright, Joe Eichler built homes featuring spacious living areas and lots, floor-to-ceiling windows and three or more bedrooms, which he located around a community center, pool, and park. However, when Joe Eichler designed the area, he could not have envisioned the spirit that would spring to life as a result of his plans. The community center he built at the heart of the neighborhood was a catalyst for the development of a non-profit civic organization, called the Greenmeadow Community Association. The Greenmeadow Community Association continues to exist and be active and serves as a unifying force creating a real community unto itself in the midst of the suburban sprawl that has become Silicon Valley.