There will be no trash, recycling, or yard waste collection on Thursday, November 27, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Thursday's pickups will occur on Friday, and Friday pickups will occur on Saturday this week.
Spending plan visualizes no tax increases
Property owners would be given 48 hours to clear sidewalks
Conical antenna to sit atop pole in North Boundary Park
Approval would clear path for new owners to file master plan
School would serve disabled children
Notes on wintertime care and feeding of local sidewalks
Exercise trains local law enforcement on tactics
Junior football operating agreement is also modified
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Cranberry is seeking applicants for full-time and part-time probationary officers.
Is there a new driver in your house? Take a moment to review these tips for winter highway driving.
The kitchen is the heart of the home, especially at Thanksgiving. Kids love to be involved in holiday preparations. Safety in the kitchen is important, especially on Thanksgiving Day when there is a lot of activity and people at home.
Before you start your holiday shopping, remember to STOP. THINK. CONNECT.: Make sure security measures are in place, understand the consequences of your actions and behaviors and enjoy the benefits of the Internet.
In Cranberry Township, you must dial 911 for police, fire and EMS services, as well as for emergency response.
Need a little time away from the kids to create some holiday magic? We're offering four hours of crafts and activities.
Perfect for boys and girls, ages 5-12 - a chance to explore the fundamental of the self defense martial art 'Tae Kwon Do'. Buy the program and uniform as a surprise. Eight week class begins January 7 - February 25.
Star Wars and Legos - now that's an unbeatable combination for kids ages 5-12. For two full days, December 29 & 30, the experts from Snapology will guide students to build movie scenes, ships, light sabers and more. May the force be with you!
Join the Chabad Fox Chapel and the Cranberry Jewish Community Wed., December 17, celebrating the second night of Chanukah. Live music, hot drinks, jelly donuts, latkes - and a free laser light show are planned.
Learn the Nightclub Two-Step, Saturday, December 13. Also known as the Disco Two-Step, you can learn the basics is just one hour and then have fun practicing!
Santa loves Cranberry and he is coming back to meet his young friends for milk and cookies, Saturday or Sunday, December 6 & 7. Morning and afternoon options.
Playing fields in North Boundary, Graham and Community Parks are closed for the winter. The Community Park North (Lindner) field remains open for practice games. One restroom remains open in each park.
The Township welcomes the opportunity to assist our students in completing their Graduation Project. Please plan well in advance!