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Boxwood Terrace is a neighborhood in Washington State. It used to be called Boxwood Territory. There are five main houses in town. Sean's orange house, Mindy's brown house, Jet's blue house (that is actually a spaceship), Sydney's white house, and Mitchell's grey house.  It is unknown where Bergs and Lillian live. It is located off Interstate 5. It is also north of Seattle and south of Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada.


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The Propulsions:

The Skelleys:

The Raffertys:

The Melendezes:

The Petersons:

The Bergses:


Organizations centered in Boxwood Terrace


  • In town, there is also a pastry shop, a dentistry, a theater for hosting stage productions, and a supermarket. The pastry shop is shown in The Mindyspherethe dentistry is mentioned in that same episode and is shown in other episodes, the theater is shown in Holidays in Boxwood Terraceand the supermarket is mentioned in Jet's First Halloween and in The Ice Moon Enceladus in reference to where to get ice.
  • Each one of the five main houses represents something about the characters:
    • The Rafferty house is orange, much like Dr. Rafferty and Sean's hair. Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation. This makes sense, as they are both fascinated by science and strive to be successful.
    • The Melendez house is brown, much like Mindy's hair. While it is sometimes considered dull (much like Mindy's character), it also represents steadfastness, simplicity, friendliness, dependability, and health. This makes sense, as Mindy is friendly, most of the time.
    • The Propulsion house is blue, much like their suits. Blue symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. The Propulsion family, Jet especially, contains all those traits.
    • The Skelley house is white, much like Sydney's undershirt. White is associated with light, goodness, and innocence. This makes sense because Sydney is very kind-hearted. However, Satellite Selfie mentions that it used to be painted pink, which also has positive connotations such as sweet, nice, and playful.
    • The Peterson house is grey. While none of them wear grey, this fits them. Grey is a cool, neutral, and balanced color. The color grey is an emotionless, moody color that is typically associated with meanings of dull, dirty, and dingy, as well as formal, conservative, and sophisticated. Mitchell is morally grey, meaning that he is neither bad nor good, although he does join the heroic Jet and his friends by the end of the show. Mitchell is often emotionless and moody in episodes, although he does have a good heart deep down. Mitchell also strives to be sophisticated, given his interest in classic literature such as the Sherlock Holmes series and Treasure Island.  Mr. Peterson can be like this too, as he often acts superior to his fellow scientists and even to Carrot. Therefore, they are not dirty or dingy. However, as far as we know, none of the Petersons hold conservative views.
  • As revealed in What's a Satellite?, Boxwood Terrace gets its television services from satellite and not from the cable.
  • Its name is inspired by Mountlake Terrace, an actual city in Washington state.[1]
  • The only trees in Boxwood Terrace are evergreen trees. However, an apple tree was shown in Zerk Visits Earth.
  • In Freebird, Mindy mentions that Boxwood Terrace doesn't get a lot of snow. This explains why there wasn't much snow on the ground in Endless SummerOur Sun is a Star!, and Holidays in Boxwood Terrace. However, Seattle and Vancouver both get 3-5 inches of snow annually, so logically speaking, Boxwood Terrace should get that amount.