The pool is closed for the season - and what a great season it was! But, we have so much more in store for 2016.
Seneca Valley to reimburse Cranberry for service
Prominent site would be visible from I-79
Chinese restaurant chain eyes Cranberry Mall site
Former cell carrier’s transmitter is coming down
Supervisors to ponder definition
Board favors state bills allowing radar for speed enforcement
Be extra alert to bus lights and signal arms
Three communities agree on tractor use terms
Township GIS program makes all sorts of data visible
Be extra alert to bus lights and single arms
Boys and girls, ages 7-12, who love riding bikes will love "Ultimate Biking". Learn the basic or trail/paved surface riding, trail etiquette, and how to fix that pesky bike chain! Led by CDG Coach Dave Gray.
S.N.A.G. and Red Octopus partner with Parks & Recreation for a fun filled day of activities for kids with special needs of all abilities. Join us, Sun., September 13 at the Miracle Field in Graham Park.
Registration is open for our fall programs. Browse the guide and call if we can help you with registration, 724-779-4 FUN(4386). Take a peek - we're very excited and think you will be as well.
This free NFL Youth Football competition includes boys and girls ages 8-15 from Cranberry and surrounding communities.
Save - on admission when you purchase tickets at a substantial discount from our Parks & Recreation Customer Service Desk.
We have a herb garden - right beside the school house! Join us for one evening only as Master Gardener Peg Campbell discussed herb growing, use and value - and what you can do at home.
If you love basketball, this is for you! Teams are formed each night and games are played on a full court or half court, depending on attendance.
We're accepting registration now for Dek Hockey. League play is coordinated by age group. open to boys and girls, as well as an adult league. No hidden fees to participate in our program. Open to residents and non-residents.
We have two pickleball courts in the gym. Open gym play on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to Noon. Program Fee $5 and Resident Discount Fee $4. The Community Park Tennis Courts are also lined for pickleball. No relation to the Heinz pickle!