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 When you should call 911 in Cranberry Township?  
In Cranberry Township (Butler County), you must dial 911 for police, fire and EMS services, as well as for emergency response.

The 9-1-1 center manages all service and support requests. Calling the office numbers will result in a delayed response.                           
  Just Call 9-1-1 for Butler County Service


 Call 9-1-1
  • when you lock your keys in the car
  • to report a suspicious vehicle
  • if you witness a car accident
  • if you wish to speak with an officer
  • if you are a victim of, or witness a break-in
  • to report a fire
  • if you are concerned about a suspicious person
  • about a domestic dispute 
  • to report a missing person
  • to report a drunk driver
  • if you witness someone littering or loitering
  • when you witness people yelling, screaming, or fighting
  • in a medical emergency               

Call our administrative offices only in these instances:
  • To follow-up on an existing case
  • Inquire about an Ordinance
  • Request a copy of a police report
  • Schedule appointment for safety seat


Cranberry Township Police Department 

Cranberry Township Emergency Medical Service (EMS) 724-776-4480 

Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company