Living Here

  1. About Cranberry

    Cranberry includes just over 23 square miles and a population of more than 28,000 – up from less than 15,000 in 1990. One reason for the rapid growth is its prime location. Situated at the intersection of two major Interstate highways, it is easily accessible from anywhere in the region. Travel time between Cranberry and downtown pittsburgh is less than half an hour.

  2. Alerts

    View any active Alerts here. Better yet - sign up under Cranberry Connect

  3. Animal Control

    Information regarding pet licenses, removal of dead animals, Township animal ordinances, the Community Park Dog Park.

  4. Building Permits

  5. Calling 911

    Wondering when to call 911? Review this list of 'do's and don'ts' for future reference.

  6. Community Chest

    The mission of the Cranberry Twp Community Chest is to: Encourage residents and businesses to support, volunteer and ideally join one of our 40+ non-profit groups in Cranberry & Butler County; To increase volunteers & membership by connecting residents to non-profit/civic groups; Create sustainability for Cranberry for long term community health (Cranberry Plan); Help to promote the non-profit/civic groups with their mission and programs.(Community Days & others) Help raise money for the non-profit/civic groups and encourage them to provide community programs & projects; and, Seed services and programs that benefit our residents and community.

  7. 2017 Community Days

  8. Commuter Info

    Cranberry has partnered with CommuteInfo to explore a variety of commuter options, including vanpooling and shared rides.

  9. Connect with Cranberry

    Sign up to receive emergency alerts to your phone or email, informative e-blasts, plus follow us on Facebook and Twitter...and lots more!

  10. Cranberry Caring Center

    Located in the Municipal Center, across from the Township Administration Offices, the center serves as a collection point by, or for non-profit organizations, civic groups, and senior project collections.

  11. Customer Service

    The Center is available to respond to questions and to assist residents with a wide variety of transactions, including questions related to sewer, water and trash services.

  12. Education

    Seneca Valley School District is the public school system serving the children of Cranberry Township. In addition, St. Kilian's offers classes from preschool - grade 6. A new Catholic high school is planned for a site across Rt. 228 from the elementary school.

  13. Find a Facility

    Locate our facilities; also - driving directions

  14. Healthy Cranberry

    Planning for the long-term health of the community is the # 1 goal of the Cranberry Plan, and Cranberry is already well on the way to building a decision-making framework that places the community's long-term health and sustainability at the forefront of every initiative.

  15. Homeowners Associations

    The Forum provides an opportunity for appointed representatives of the Homeowners Associations (HOA) to meet and discuss common issues and concerns, and to learn about the latest Township news.

  16. Library

    The Mission of the Cranberry Public Library is to bring delight to the spirit of our community and region by serving as a destination for exploration, enrichment, information, creativity, collaboration, inspiration and discovery. Come and visit!

  17. Moving to Cranberry

    We're glad you've chosen to move to Cranberry. This is a growing and vibrant community and we have room for you!

  18. Parks & Recreation

    We create community through people, parks and programs, services and events. We have something for every age and interest! Residents enjoy our Township parks year round.

  19. Pre-School

    The Center for Early Education offers half-day programs for children ages 3-5, and follows the Creative Curriculum for Preschool by Teaching Strategies, Inc., which is approved by the PA Dept. of Education's Early Learning Standards for pre-kindergarten.

  20. Public Safety

    The Department coordinates the activities of police, the fire department, the ambulance corps, and the emergency management agency.

  21. Senior Center

    Located in the Township Municipal Center, the Center is open year round. It is operated by the Lutheran Services Society and the Butler County Area Agency on Aging, offering daily lunches Monday-Friday, plus planned activities.

  22. Sewer & Water Service

    The Township owns and operates the public water supply system.

  23. Streets & Roads

    A division of the Public Works Department, this group oversees vehicle fleet and equipment maintenance, roadway repair, street sign installation and maintenance, storm drainage, construction projects, winter maintenance, sweeping, and right-of-way clearing.

  24. Trash & Recycling

    The Collection Connection™ is Cranberry’s residential collection service for trash, recycling and yard waste.

  25. Volunteer Opportunities

    Volunteers help to strengthen our community. Working together, the Township and the Community Chest offer many opportunities for service.

  26. Voter Information

    Information regarding election dates, voter registration, absentee ballots, write-in voting, and accessibility issues.

  27. Water Meter Replacement

    The Township recently began a $3.5 million project to replace more than 8,000 older residential and commercial water meters with a new generation of remotely-read digital units.

  28. Waterpark

    Ramp up the fun, cool down from the sun, at the Community Waterpark. Memberships are available, as well as daily admission, from late May through Labor Day.

  29. Website reading support

    BrowseAloud is a free toobar that allows visitors to to read web pages out loud. It can help anyone who has difficulty reading on-line, including those with mild visual impairments, low literacy, English as a second language, or learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.