- Township Attractions
- Library Services
Borrowing from the Library
Celebration & Memorial Gifts
Celebrate a life, or a special occasion with a donation to the Library. Our gift program offers a unique way to honor a memory or celebrate a special occasion. You may select an area of interest for your gift book, or we will choose a quality item to add to our collection.
Computer Access & Printing
The Library has both free WI-FI and computers available for the public to use. Our computers have high speed Internet access, as well as Microsoft Office applications which include Word, Excel, Access, and Publisher.
These subscription electronic resources are provided for patron use. Some will require you to enter your library card number.
Test proctoring is available, with certain provisions and limitations.
Shake your family tree and discover your family's heritage! Check out the online resources and consider joining one of the local genealogy groups.
Get a Library Card!
A Library card is free to Cranberry Township and Butler County residents with proper identification. Your card is permanent and is renewed each year. It entitles you to borrow materials from any of the nine libraries within the Butler County Federated Library System.
An inter-library loan request can be placed for items outside of the Cranberry or Butler County Library System collections
Meeting Room Rental
The meeting rooms are available for library and municipal programs, and for other meetings and programs of an informational, educational, cultural, or civic nature.
My Account/Search Library Catalog
Log into your account and search for items using the online library catalog.
Suggest a Purchase
Suggest a purchase of an item for circulation in the library
Information and links for Tutor.com, an all-new resource for free online tutoring available to children, teens and adults!
Using the Library Catalog
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.