There’s nothing soft about the mean streets of Philadelphia where fictional boxer Rocky Balboa rose to fame after pounding his opponents into the ground. But for young Dan Dizio, an enterprising 11-year old, there was one exception: soft pretzels.
Thousands of workers are needed for temporary jobs nationwide in advance of the Census. Some of the jobs are available right here.
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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Do you need help shoveling snow? Can you volunteer to help Cranberry Township residents shovel snow? Please volunteer today. Sign up for snow removal assistance or volunteer to help a neighbor in need. Cranberry’s Snow Angels...
Here are some tips in dealing with Winter Storm Harper:
American Transmission Systems, Inc. (“ATSI”) is proposing to build a new electric transmission line in Butler County, Pennsylvania to enhance service reliability and support residential and business expansion plans in the area. The Cra...
The intersection of Routes 19, 228 and Freedom Road is the busiest in Western Pennsylvania, with as many as 100,000 vehicles a day passing through. Even though Cranberry is in Butler County, the Allegheny County District Attorney’s office has of...
Cranberry’s Uniform Construction Code Board of Appeals was created to hear property owners who take exception to decisions made by code enforcement officers. However, not every municipality has such a board, so Cranberry provides that service to...
Richard Hadley, who has served on the Cranberry Township Board of Supervisors since 1995, was again elected by his fellow Supervisors to serve as their Chairman for 2019. During his 23 years of service, Hadley has been named Board Chairman on multiple occ...
The staff members and outside agencies appointed to serve official Township functions during the new year include a number of familiar names. At the January 7 meeting of Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors, Township Manager Jerry Andree was re-appo...
Cranberry has a number of special-purpose boards to independently advise Township staff and Supervisors on a variety of matters. Placements on those boards, commissions and agencies are made by the Board of Supervisors for terms that range from one to fou...
This keepsake issue contains a plethora of information about the Township! Stories include: Keeping Up with the Private Sector; Township Holds Line on Taxes; Active Shooter Training; Fire Company Fleet Expands; 2019 Project of the Year; Cranberry's Roads;...
GHIN services allow you to post your scores and keep your handicap at our course. The annual registration/renewal fee is $30. Payment may be made in person at the Pro Shop, by phone (724) 776-7372, or ONLINE
If a wedding, bridal or baby shower is on your calendar for 2019, let us help you make it a very special memory. Or, perhaps an anniversary dinner? Check out our many options and then give us a call.
The Cranberry Township Building and Cranberry Public Library will close at noon on Saturday, January 19 due to expected inclement weather. We are currently expected to open at 1:00 PM on Sunday, January 20.
The library will be closed on Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We will re-open at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, January 22.
Remember to get your 2019 Dog License for your favorite pup. All dogs over the age of 3 months must wear a current license in Butler county. They can be purchased at the circulation desk. $9 or $7 for altered, Seniors: $7 or $5 for altered.
Have a question about how to make your smartphone or tablet do what you want? Maybe you'd like to create a Facebook account but don't know how. Let tech guru Kendall Johnson help in a personalized tech education appointment.
Kendall will meet with you for twenty minutes to help answer your questions and allay your fears about technology. If you need help with a laptop or mobile device, please be sure to bring it with you. Space is limited and registration is required.
Need help? The library can help you get started with your new device. Visit the library's Electronic Resources page, take a class or come in for information and help.
What’s in the new housing pipeline? Mega-speed fiber is coming; plus, check out what ‘Just Opened’; new business park construction, and more.
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New programs are added frequently.
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.
Great resources and tips in the 2018 Butler County Holiday Recycling Guide.
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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.
Pay your sewer, water, trash bill online.
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