Cranberry Township
The township of Cranberry was founded in 1804. The township covers 15,163 acres and the population has grown from 14,816 in 1990 to nearly 28,000 today.

One reason for the township’s tremendous growth is its location. Serving as the intersection of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Routes 79, 19 and 228. The community is accessible from virtually anywhere. In addition, the completion of Interstate 279 in 1989 cut travel time to Pittsburgh under half an hour. The website for Cranberry Township is


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