Perhaps now more than ever, reliable internet access is a key piece to a business’s success.
Swing for the fences! High school student-athletes hoping to get a scholarship offer.
They can’t be missed from Interstate 79: five large banners commemorating the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Stanley Cup championships hanging on the side of the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex
What’s in a name? For Jason Kelley and Glenn Holland, it’s nearly 50 years of combined experience in the physical therapy game.
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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We've got the answers to those questions and more.
From our family to yours, Happy Holidays! Click the link for Santa's First Stop! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl1JTxBvL4U
Whether it be a business, resident or non-profit, everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cranberry Township is not immune, as tax income in 2021 is expected to be about $1 million less than 2020.
However, through a series of moves and years of...
Water knows no boundaries, and now neither does the Township’s water and sewer service.
The Board of Supervisors approved a resolution that allows for the Township’s water and sewer services to be extended to developments outside of Tow...
Distilleries, dwellings and developments.
Amendments to the Township’s zoning ordinances that touch on these “3Ds” will jump off the page to give residents and potential businesses more choices.
The Township’s aggressive approach to seeking state and federal funding to advance infrastructure improvements.
Over the past two years, those efforts have generated nearly $43 million from a variety of outside funding sources.
The Board of Superv...
The Township’s popular Kids Club Before and After School program is accepting students again as school districts reduce in-person learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Township’s home district, Seneca Valley, announced it will be a...
As COVID-19 cases rise in the region, municipal leaders are asking residents to do their part to come together and inhibit the spread of the virus in the community.
Cranberry Township joins with Butler County, its school districts, medical facilities and o...
Neither snow nor rain nor a pandemic can keep Santa Claus from making his first stop of the holiday season in Cranberry Township – though this year’s visit will look a little different.
With the annual Santa’s First Stop event...
The rating may be Aaa, but Cranberry Township is playing in the big leagues when it comes to bond credit ratings from Moody’s Investors Service.
That rating helped the Township save $3.5 million through the refinancing of its General Obligation B...
Santa Claus is Coming to Town! Catch him cruising through town on his tour of Cranberry Township on December 5, 2020 from 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
23rd - 25th & 30th 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
26th - 29th CLOSED
Showcase your business on the course!
Research the complete Consumer Reports database from the comfort of home, with your library card.
We have holiday post cards and gingerbread ornament kits.
Purchase a set 10 of holiday post cards, with artwork done by a local artist for $12.95. Each set comes with 2 card designs (5 of each card), 10 envelopes, and 10 sticker/seals. This fundraiser is sponsored by the Cranberry Area Lions Club and the library...
Take your chances and purchase a Friends Lotto Calendar for January 2021. Just $10 for a chance to win $$$!
This is a great stocking stuffer or for the hard-to-shop for friend or family member. For times to purchase chances, call the library. The sale is sponsored by the Friends of Cranberry Library, 100% of proceeds benefit library programs and services.
Ancestry.com Library Edition, is available for patrons to use from home through the end of the year.
Programs, events and much more. The best way to stay up to date with us is through our e-newsletter.
The Township’s home district, Seneca Valley, announced it will be adjusting their learn...
We're updating and adding new programs all the time.
In addition we are raising our fence to 8 ft and adding windscreens. One court will be dedicated to lessons and practice including the ability to rent a ball machine. As we continue to grow we continue to invest into our f...
Because of the growth of CTPA, and demand for play from our members, free Public Play hours are from 1 PM - 4 PM.
CTPA reserves the rights to schedule certain events during public times. Members of the public may purchase a court pass during cert...
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. See our CTPA Pickleball Academy on this web site for more details..
The Township is seeking proposals to be an authorized tow service for Cranberry Township. The Township routinely must arrange for the removal of disabled or abandoned vehicles and the safe storage of these vehicles until they are claimed by their owners. ...
How to use the Automated External Defibrillator and where to find one in our facilities and parks.
it may not be disco, but the goal for Cranberry Township EMS has remained the same since 1969: stayin’ alive/
As Senior Vice President of Risk Management & Deposit Operations for PNC Bank, he’s in charge of crisis management for events like civil unrest, epidemics and weather events that have a large impact.
News and announcements regarding projects in and around Cranberry.
The requirements, and the application are available on the Butler County website. The Sheriff will not have an application session in the Township until 2021. Applicants must complete the process by visiting the Butler County Government Center, 124 W. Dia...
Your paid subscription can also save you money as it takes the place of any co-payments and deductibles that your insurance company may require you to pay! We have several subscription types: Family; Individual and Senior Citizen.
Collections for this year will end the week of December 7-11 on your regular pickup day.
Thanks for paying your utility bill - but wait, there's more. Info-inserts tell a detailed story about water, sewer, stormwater & trash.
Pay your bill online for sewer, water, trash and stormwater.
The free Water Meter Portal provides insights into water usage on a daily or weekly basis.
Please place your carts curbside, facing the street, and at least 2 ft. apart and at least 5 ft. from your mailbox.
This enables the truck pick-up arm to work properly and ensures that your trash isn’t scattered on the street!