Why does Cranberry need a RE-development strategy? Isn’t ordinary development enough?
Why should a community growing as fast as Cranberry be concerned about re-developing? Local residents who attend an informal picnic lunch on September 19 with Township Manager Jerry Andree will find out. The 90-minute gathering, which ...
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We're proud to feature local companies and offer a glimpse into our diverse economy. Here is a sampling of the various types of businesses in the Township.
If you would like to see your business in the spotlight, please email the Hub, BusinessHub@cranberrytownship.org.
Property finder is an online information system, covering every parcel of land in Cranberry.
This interactive map makes township Geographic information System (GIS) data available to the public. Information is displayed in the form of layers which can be turned on and off using the layer drop down menu. Want to know who has a backyard pool? Who o...
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Our golf carts are equipped with GPS ad - and we have many options.
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We offer three and five year sponsorships. Showcase your business on the course!
A trailer carrying Washington’s Vietnam Memorial Wall will stop at the Victory Family Church at 21150 Route 19 in Cranberry on Aug. 23 from 3-5 pm to be escorted at 5 pm by police, helicopters and hundreds of motorcycles to the VA Hospital in Butler.
Work by Public Works employees to install new storm water pipes and to remove several large trees along a quarter-mile segment of Burke Road in the eastern portion of the Township will require daytime closure of the street to through traffic between 7:00 ...
Under a new Township ordinance, peddlers, vendors, and those canvasing neighborhoods to collect money can be barred from soliciting at certain addresses if the homeowner makes that preference a matter of record. At its July 27 meeting, Cranberry&rsquo...
A project involving the development of a safe walking corridor along North Boundary Road between North Boundary Park and Franklin Road took a step forward at the July 27 meeting of Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors. The improvements, which will r...
Two Green Light Go grants from PennDOT totaling $750,000 have been officially accepted by the Township. At its July 27 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors adopted separate motions to sign off on the grants which will fund 80 percent of the...
Plans to add a new left turn lane to Rochester Road at Rt. 19 took a step forward at the July 27 Board of Supervisors meeting. By adding another left turn-only lane from Rochester onto Rt. 19 northbound, the plan would enable traffic turning onto 19 from ...
Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection has determined that certain streams in and around Cranberry fall short of the state’s water quality standards, particularly as they relate to sediment. As part of the effort to rene...
Interest rates for borrowers with good credit are still low, which prompted Cranberry – which carries a very high Aa1 Moody’s rating – to seek funds for financing the remainder of its current $48 million project wastewater tr...
An independent, assisted and continuing care community for seniors featuring a number of amenities and a unit for dementia care will be included in the mix of uses at the Village of Cranberry Woods, a 57-acre development along Franklin Road. Following a p...
Cranberry C.U.P. President Anthony Bertolino and members of his organization’s board briefed the Township’s Supervisors on upcoming activities associated with its weekend-long fundraising event. C.U.P. activities, in addition to a comm...
Two new fire police officers – both intimately familiar with Cranberry’s emergency services – were sworn in by Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors on July 27. In the mid-2000’s, and then again the following d...
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Cranberry’s annual fire hydrant and distribution system flushing program begins Monday, June 19.
This change is intended to benefit customers by reducing the levels of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in the system, while still providing protection from waterborne disease.
This change will have no noticeable effect on most customers. However, for those ...
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.
Over time water meters wear out and their accuracy declines. &n...
The new App was created as a prototype for public golf courses, and provides new technology for Cranberry Highland's golfers.
Downloads of the App, identified as Cranberry Highlands Golf Course, are available free of charge from the iPhone and And...
Two Green Light Go grants from PennDOT totaling $750,000 have been officially accepted by the Township. At its July 27 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors adopted separate motions to sign off on the grants which will fund 80 percent of the two proje...
Interest rates for borrowers with good credit are still low, which prompted Cranberry – which carries a very high Aa1 Moody’s rating – to seek funds for financing the remainder of its current $48 million project wastewater treatment plant upgrade and expa...
Cheerleading holds a similar standing in American culture to apple pie, baseball, and hot dogs. Imagery of pompoms, encouraging chants, and gravity-defying stunts dot the sidelines of popular sporting events across the country.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, North America will be treated to a solar eclipse. Here in western PA, we'll see a partial eclipse, where the moon covers part of the sun's disk. We've rounded up some information for you here.
For more information about the eclipse, check out NASA's website, which includes information about live-streaming the event if you can't see it in person! https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/
Contrary to what you may have heard or read, Cranberry Public Library i...
September 5 at 6:00 PM, Vince Mariotti, from the Clemente Museum in Lawrenceville, will discuss how the current owner of the museum restored the old firehouse and started the museum, which showcases the world’s largest collection of memorabilia
including documents, letters, and awards. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Registration is required
Sunday hours will resume after Labor Day.
Got an eReader that you don't know what to do with? Interested in updating your computer skills or getting online for the first time? Registration for our summer session of free computer classes opens June 26.
Interested in what's happening for kids during our Build a Better World Summer Reading Club? Looking forward to the return of Hot Dog Fridays? Want the scoop on the newest books being released in May and June?
Check out our Library Link newsletter for all this and more, or join our e-mail list to get it delivered straight to your inbox!
Discover your heritage through Ancestry or another of our many resources.
Learn more about the life and achievements of one of the Pirate's greatest players of all time.
Your library card opens unlimited access to thousands of digital graphic novels and comics.
Heading out of town? eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, comics and graphic novels are available for your electronic device.
We're putting the "Fun in Motion" with a wide variety of programs and activities for all ages! Register online, in-person, or by phone, beginning Monday, August 21.
Free admission for veterans or active military personnel with an ID. $5 admission for their dependents.
Work is in high-gear along Graham Park Drive! As traffic shifts to allow for the relocation of the roadway, park visitors can see the SportCourts taking shape.
The north entrance to the Waterpark will close for the season on August 14. Please use the Main Entrance through September 4.
Registration opens on August 23 for all Pickleball programs.
Register by August 21 and save $10. Leagues for ages 4 to 15. Plus, opportunities for volunteer coaches.
We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM in Council Chambers. Bring your best thinking and get involved.
How can a person improve in Pickleball? Jeff Shank, a gold medal player, shared his insights during a free clinic presented by CTPA.
Social and Competitive membership registration is open now. Program registrations opens on August 21.
The court color will be blue in the volley area of the court and forest green in the NVZ and outer area of the court. All courts will be individually fenced.
Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn and it can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.
CTPA will help take you to the next level of play and enjoy the game even more. Improvement comes from practice & drilling and we will offer this to members - plus exclusive court hours.
We offer programs for all ages and skills levels. Learn the game or improve your game, playing indoors and outdoors. We even offer private lessons.
Save $1 per month on your Sewer, Water & Trash bill with easy Auto Pay.
Please review the requirements for disposing of old mattresses and box springs.
Vogel Disposal, Inc. requires that mattress and box springs set out for disposal be wrapped in plastic and securely taped. Mattress and box spring disposal is considered a large item, therefore, needs a $4 bag tag for pick-up. &nb...Read on...
When placing carts curbside, please be sure the lids are closed.
This enables the truck pick-up arm to work properly and ensures that your trash isn't scattered on the street!Place carts curbside facing the street at least 2 ft. apart and at least 5 ft. from your mailbox.
PennDOT projects are ongoing in Cranberry and surrounding areas. Projects are multi-phase and regular updates are posted here.
The Collection Connection™ is Cranberry’s residential collection service for trash, recycling and yard waste.
Save time and avoid late fees by paying your sewer, water, trash bill online. We have a variety of options, including e-bill.
We've got the answers to those questions and more.