Cranberry Township is once again raising a banner to its rafters.
On Friday, the Allegheny League of Municipalities announced Cranberry was chosen as a 2020 Banner Community. It is one of 74 communities in the region to receive the honor.
The announcement was made during a lunch event held by the Allegheny League of Municipalities at PNC Park.
According to the Allegheny League of Municipalities, a Banner Community is, “a model community through a commitment to sustainable practices including professional development, intergovernmental cooperation, sound fiscal management and proactive communications to engage community stakeholders”
The Township has earned the award every year since its inception in 2012 – a fete not lost on Township leaders
“We are honored to again be chosen as a banner community,” said Dick Hadley, chairman of the Township Board of Supervisors. “The criteria set forth in making that determination are the foundation of our Township – fiscal responsibility, community engagement and working together to continue our success. The combination of those principles is what makes Cranberry Township a great place to live, work and play.”