Ask the Most Interesting Man, my friends.
Neighboring community will nearly double its treatment capacity
Revision characterized as more a progress report than a new plan
Muscle-powered transportation gains strength
Land would be used for road improvements
Revision would bring Cranberry into line with new DEP regulations
Green light-go program to fund alternate signal plans
Cranberry will maintain signals in neighboring communities
Camp Bow Wow to locate in former Peekaboo Playhouse space
Developer consolidates Phases 2 through 5 for mixed use
Motor vehicles crashes are the #1 killer of kids. Why?
The Consumer Products Safety Council maintains an extensive database of consumer product recalls...
The Department of State regularly posts detailed travel warnings and alerts. You can also sign-up to receive alerts by email, and enroll your trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.
You could save hundreds of dollars in unwanted ambulance charges and show your support for the Cranberry Township EMS with a paid subscription.
Swim and save all summer - if you purchase your 2015 Waterpark Membership by April 30
We've partnered with SV Jr. Football & Cheer Association to offer our first-ever flag football mini-camp, beginning May 2, for kids ages 6-13.
The Community Park Tennis Courts will close Fri., April 24 for repair work. This work is weather-dependent, but, we hope to re-open by May 11.
Instructors from the Fish and Boat Commission will offer its free Basic Boating safety course in two evening sessions, from 6 to 10 pm on Mon. & Tues., May 11 and 12 in the Municipal Center.
Review our giant summer program guide online - registration is open now for Camp Cranberry, aquatic programs and so much more. We have lots of new programs for all ages and interests.
Butler County Master Gardeners have partnered with us to offer a series of four master classes about different aspects of successful gardening.
Big kids (over 18) can play, too, in our new Adult Dek Hockey Leagues.
The Township welcomes the opportunity to assist our students in completing their Graduation Project. Please plan well in advance!