Water and Utilities
After hours: Call: 724-720-6464
Water System - Cranberry Township owns and operates the public water supply system serving the Township. Water is obtained from the West View Water Authority.
Annual Flushing Schedule The annual fire hydrant and distribution system flushing program is a routine maintenance operation. Flushing is conducted Mon. - Fri. between 7:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
Line flushing and laundry Discolored water and fluctuations in water line pressure are normal during flushing. We suggest that you refrain from using water as much as possible or doing laundry – especially when discolored water is present. If your water does not clear, or return to normal pressure within a reasonable time, or if service is interrupted, call the Customer Service Center, 724-776-4806.
June - November For the summer months, the West View Water Authority switches to chloramines as the disinfectant to treat drinking water. it is formed by mixing chlorine with a small amount of ammonia. Chloramine has been used by water systems for almost 90 years and over 68 million American receive drinking water treated with chloramines. More about chloramines
November - June For the winter months, the West View Water Authority switches from chloramines to free chlorine for the disinfection of drinking water. Free chlorine is a stronger and faster-acting disinfectant. Customers may notice a slight difference in the taste and odor of their drinking water while chlorine is in use.
- Customers using tap water for at-home kidney dialysis should consult with their doctor to determine if any changes are necessary in their residual disinfectant neutralization procedures.
- Customers using the water for aquariums should monitor both free and combined chlorine residuals.
Public and Private Improvement Policy (PPIC) and Sewer and Water Rules and Regulations in Chapter 17 Cranberry Twp eCode 360 database.
Customer Resources Water Quality Reports, water conservation tips. Read on...
Save money on your water bill. A Deduct Meter enables customers to realize a savings for water that does not enter the sanitary sewage system. Examples include: lawn sprinkler systems, swimming pools, washing vehicles. Deduct meters can be used by residential and business customers. The savings appears on the sewage portion of the monthly Sewer & Water bill.
Bill Payment Options. Both billing and customer service are handled by the Township, using a monthly billing cycle. Payment Options