- The Municipal Center is open, though hours are restricted. See below for details.
- The Senior Center is open in a limited capacity. (see below)
- The Library is open. Visit their homepage for hours and details. CranberryLibrary.org
Updated March 15, 2021
Some restrictions on restaurants and other businesses will be lifted and gathering limits will increase.
Beginning April 4, restaurants may resume bar service. Alcohol service will be allowed without the purchase of food and the curfew for removing alcoholic drinks from tables will be lifted.
Additionally, indoor dining capacity will be raised to 75 percent for restaurants that are self-certified and those that undergo the self-certification process.
Those that do not self-certify may raise capacity to 50 percent. Outdoor dining, curbside pick-up and takeout are still encouraged, and mask-wearing and social distancing guidelines still apply.
Capacity for other businesses, including gyms and casinos, theatres, and malls, will increase to 75 percent occupancy.
The maximum occupancy limits for indoor events will increase to 25 percent, and maximum occupancy limits for outdoor events to allow for 50 percent of maximum occupancy.
Face covering, social distancing, and hand hygiene still must be enforced. The occupancy limits are only permitted if attendees and workers are able to comply with the 6-foot physical distancing requirement.
Out-of-state travel restrictions have been lifted. Previously, anyone over the age of 11 visiting from another state had to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test or place themselves in a travel quarantine for 14 days upon entering Pennsylvania.
Updated February 28, 2021
Pennsylvania has started to vaccinate against COVID-19 and is working to expand eligibility to more groups of people.
Supplies are extremely limited, so we must prioritize who gets vaccinated first — starting with those most at risk of catching COVID and experiencing complications.
Use this guide to see if you are currently eligible for a COVID vaccine and to find out how to get one. If you have questions about the vaccination process in Pennsylvania, please call the Pennsylvania Department of Health hotline at 1-877-724-3258.
To see if you are currently eligible, visit https://www.pa.gov/guides/get-vaccinated/.
Updated December 21, 2020
The recycling rack lending program, for party trash, is suspended until further notice.
Updated November 18, 2020
Township Suspends Some In-House Appointments
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Township has suspended in-house appointments for non-emergency leak and pressure checks. Customers can contact private plumbers to diagnose and resolve problems.
Township staff will continue to respond as needed to work on non-communicating water meters.
Senior Center Offers Hot Meals
Seniors looking for a hot meal can do so safely at the Senior Center inside of the Township Municipal Center.
The Butler County Area Agency on Aging, which runs the Senior Center, offers Grab & Go meals each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12:15 p.m.
Seniors must RSVP for a meal 48 hours in advance. For Monday meals, the reservation must be made by noon Thursday.
The Grab & Go meal program will continue to be available even if the Senior Center is closed due to COVID-19 precautions.
To reserve a meal, contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at 724-282-3008.
Video Highlights Communication Efforts
As the community tries to grasp the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, Cranberry has put an emphasis on keeping residents informed and worked to share the positive stories that have come from this trying time.
To view the video, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bS2Q42vqCNg&feature=youtu.be.
EPA Outlines Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidelines
The Environmental Protection Agency and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has outlined steps to properly clean and disinfect homes and offices.
The guidelines cover public spaces, workplaces, businesses, schools and homes and follow protocols outlined in the federal government’s Opening up America Again program. Learn more here...
Community Response Team
In good times and bad, the Cranberry Township residents have a history of supporting one another. Fundraisers, charity drives and service projects are commonplace and a large part of what makes the Township a great place to live, work and play.
Now, with many members of our community facing an unprecedented shutdown of daily life, that community spirit is needed more than ever. That’s why the Township is seeking individuals to help ease the burden the pandemic is having on the community. Volunteers will help provide those in need with essential basic human needs like food, water, or toiletries. By doing this, they can help make the day a little brighter in a term of uncertainty.
Healthy volunteers who want to help, as well as residents in need of assistance are asked to contact the Township via links at CranberryTownship.org/CRT or by calling 724-776-4806.