Cranberry Township, located in Venango County, Pennsylvania, was laid out in 1806 and officially organized in 1830. The name was inspired by the cranberry bogs located in the vicinity. Iron production, coal mining and oil production were the early major industries located in the township. Monarch Park and the Sibley Mansion were two of the township’s most interesting developments of years ago.
Today Cranberry Township is home to a broad range of business and industry. The township has experienced tremendous economic growth in the last 30 years. Morrison Park serves the township for recreation, parties, reunions and the annual Cranberry Festival. Moody Park – Moody Pond located on State Route 257, directly across the street from Joe Taylor Ford, in a wooded area provides a pavilion, play equipment, walking area, a pond that offers general catch and release fishing and general serenity.
The Samuel Justus Trail entertains nearly 100,000 users a year from local and far away places. The Cranberry Mall and our many other businesses are the hub of shopping, dining and entertainment for the local area. In addition, we are proud to be home to the area’s regional hospital, UPMC Northwest.
We have created this website to better inform our residents, visitors and those wishing to locate in our township.
Click below to access the myCranberry Twp Account Portal.
- View and print your water bill.
- Pay your water bill.
- View your history and water usage.
- New to Cranberry Twp, setup online access.
- Water Conservation Tips