Winter Road Care: Snow and Ice Removal
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Department of Public Works 2017-2018
Each year the Township schedules a preliminary run of Snow Routes to identify obstacles and areas of concern for truck operators. This allows our truck operators to identify mailboxes that stand in the way of the snow plow. Postcards are mailed annually to residents to alert them to the potential problem.
Cranberry Township repairs or replaces only a mailbox and/or post that is actually struck by the plow blade; according to adopted Snow & Ice Control Plan Section I.B.7. Usually a paint mark or truck tire tracks supply evidence of a mailbox strike.
Cranberry Township does not repair or replace mailboxes and/or posts that fall from the force of plowed snow.
Mailboxes and supporting posts must be installed to withstand the rigors of snow removal, including the force of snow pushed from the street onto the roadside.
Contact Customer Service at 724-776-4806 Option 5 to report a plow damaged mailbox. A Public Works representative will investigate.
Roadways which Are Not Maintained by Cranberry Township
* State Maintained Roads
Glen Eden Road
Plains Church Road
PennDOT District 10
Privately Maintained Residential Roads
Black Bear Drive
Central Drive (beyond Ten Pointe Lane)
Cranberry Pointe Lane
Cranberry Village Mobile Home Park
David Hill Drive
East Commons Drive
Forest Park Mobile Home Park
Laurelwood Apartment Complex
Little Pine Lane
Oak Springs Mobile Home Park