Connect. Prepare. Protect.
Disaster can strike quickly and without warning, anytime or anywhere. Local responders may not be able to reach you immediately, or they may need to focus their efforts elsewhere. Your ability to be self-sufficient may be a matter of survival for you and your family. Take control of your own safety — it can save your life
The Township government has initiated a series of steps to prepare itself and protect its residents against disasters; however, individuals are urged to plan for such situations as school closings, the inability to get to work, or if a family member becomes sick or injured.
For additional local information, contact our Customer Service Center, 724-776-4806.
| Register now for Cranberry Alerts. Select the alerts of greatest importance to your family - from the Public Safety or Public Works Departments, as well as other community e-alerts regarding cancellations and delays. You may select email or text messages, or both. Depending on your cell phone plan, text messaging rates may apply.
In the event of a large-scale emergency, the Township will run an Alert bar across Township webpages; and if practical, information will be posted on the Rt. 19 / 228 Community Sign. Register for Cranberry Connect
Winter Weather Preparedness
Our winters usually come with cold temperatures, wind, snow, and icy conditions.
Here are some helpful links to help you prepare for wintry weather:
|Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so advance planning is critical. How you will contact one another? How, and where will you get back together?
Visit Ready.gov to download easy-to-create family plans, plus emergency wallet cards for your entire family.
Be informed, prepared, involved. Visit PEMA.pa.gov and review the Planning and Preparedness Guide. Learn to create a family plan; be prepared at work, home, and in your vehicle - and how to plan for special needs.
For Facility Managers and Staff
Disaster Preparedness Planning Guide for Facilities This applies to variety of public buildings and large facilities where resident or worker populations could be at risk, as a result of natural or human-caused disasters.
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