Jerry Andree, Township Manager

No level of government has more impact on daily life than local government. That’s why my colleagues and I at Cranberry Township are passionate about pushing the limits of excellence to provide the best possible services to our residents and customers. However, being well-served is not a passive achievement; it is a collective undertaking. Through this blog, we offer our personal reflections on that assignment. And we hope it will help engage you in joining us on that same collaborative mission.

Jan 08

[ARCHIVED] Is Cranberry Township sending Police to the G20 Summit?

The original item was published from January 8, 2021 9:26 AM to January 8, 2021 9:28 AM

Not exactly, although our police lieutenant is on the G20 planning committee and our police are taking steps to prepare for the event’s impact here in Cranberry. When the G20 Pittsburgh Summit was first announced, our Board Chairman, Dick Hadley, wrote to Mayor Ravenstahl congratulating the city for this honor and offering any help we could provide, including advance services, such as public works, administrative and planning services,or anything else the City may need. In the meantime, Cranberry’s hotels are already booked solid and, as home to several high-profile global corporations, we expect a number of foreign visitors to our own community during that time. So our police focus is on making sure everyone here gets a warm welcome and has a great experience in Cranberry.

Cranberry Township is a huge supporter of Pittsburgh. We want the G20 Summit to be a tremendous success. We are confident the City will do a wonderful job hosting the world’s leaders along with the visitors attracted to that event, and we are pleased to be part of this great event.