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 Cranberry Twp

Cranberry Township is governed by an elected body organized under the Second Class Township Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Board of Supervisors consists of five elected officials, each serving a six year term.

Cranberry Township is Butler County’s largest municipality.

 Board of Supervisors
Cranberry Township Board of Supervisors

Row 1:  Mike Manipole, Vice Chairman, Bruce Mazzoni, Chairman
Row 2:  John Skorupan, Bruce Hezlep, Dick Hadley

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The Board of Supervisors meet on a twice monthly basis (first and last Thursdays of the month at 6:30 pm. in Council Chambers to conduct business on behalf of the Township. All meetings of the Board are open to the public with an opportunity at each meeting for public comment.

Meeting information on our website

The Board of Supervisors is charged with the general governance of the Township to secure the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the community. To accomplish that task the Board adopts laws, known as ordinances, that govern various activities within the Township. The Board, in turn, is governed by both the Second Class Township Code and various other laws of the Commonwealth.

Official Boards, Commissions, and Councils of Cranberry Township

The responsibility for local governance involves many residents serving on a variety of appointed panels. All members of these boards and commissions are appointed by the Board of Supervisors. A series of independent advisory commissions, are involved in different aspects of Township governance.

These include a Planning Advisory Commission, a Zoning Hearing Board, a Building and Fire code Board of Appeals, a Library Board, and a Police Advisory Council. Special purpose and ad hoc committees are also formed by the Board of Supervisors as needed. Their meeting schedules and agendas vary. Final decisions, however, reside with the Board of Supervisors which normally meets twice a month. Every meeting of every board includes an opportunity for local residents to address its members about any issue, regardless of whether it is on or off the agenda.

More information regarding Cranberry Township Boards, Commissions and Councils

Township Manager

The Board appoints a professional Township Manager to implement its policy decisions and manage the annual budget which is adopted by the Board each December for the following calendar year.  The Manager is subject to annual reappointment, and serves as the Township’s chief of staff. Jerry Andree has served as the Manager for the past 20 years.


Cranberry Township Manager Jerry Andree


Jerry Andree
Township Manager

If a resident has a concern which should be addressed by the Township, please contact the responsible Department or, contact the Township Manager's Office.  He may be able to address the matter promptly and/or schedule an appropriate time for the resident to present concerns to the Board of Supervisors. 

 E-Mail Jerry or Contact the Manager's Office 724-776-4806 x1108

Township Employees

There are currently more than 100 full, and part-time Township staff members. They are organized into the following units: Administration, Finance, Community Development, Parks & Recreation, Public Safety, Public Works, Engineering, Customer Service, Public Library and Cranberry Highlands Golf Course. During the summer months, as many as 200 seasonal workers are added to help manage the Cranberry’s recreational assets and programs. Employment information

The Township also works with a variety of independent technical and legal consultants, and contracts with outside vendors to provide certain services, such as waste collection and animal control.

Cranberry Township Departments

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