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PETiquette 101
Posted on Dec 19th, 2019
Most of us can appreciate the value that a pet cat or dog can bring to a home. In most cases, they become a member of the family. Like the rest of us, they have rules to follow when living in the Clearbrook community. Please keep the following in mind:
  • Pets (cats or dogs) are not permitted to run at large.
  • Owners must have physical control of their pets when off property, whether by leash, lead, cord, chain, or cage.  
  • Control should be sufficient enough to prevent the pet from entering another owner's property without permission
  • Residents shall respect the rights of privacy and non-interference of other unit owners when walking and exercising their pets and if requested, shall avoid walking their pets on other residents' property.
  • Control should be sufficient enough to prevent the pet from entering another owner's property without permission.
  • Pets are not permitted to be allowed to bark, howl, cry, whine or otherwise emit such noises day or night so as to disturb the peace of any person, neighborhood or family. 
  • Discharges by pets anywhere on the property within the Plan must be cleaned up immediately by the owner and disposed of properly. Failure to abide by this provision will result in the levying of a One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) fine for each offense. Residents owning or taking care of dogs, cats, or other household pets are strongly urged to prevent the pets from discharging on any other property, other than the property of the pet owner or caretaker, with particular emphasis in avoiding discharge on landscaping, shrubs, trees, flowers, or lawns.
Lookout in Cranberry
Posted on Jan 17th, 2019
Allegheny County is installing a lookout in Cranberry
The intersection of Routes 19, 228 and Freedom Road is the busiest in Western Pennsylvania, with as many as 100,000 vehicles a day passing through. Even though Cranberry is in Butler County, the Allegheny County District Attorney’s office has offered the funds to install license plate reading cameras at the intersection to assist in in county DA’s law enforcement efforts. At its January 7 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors approved the camera system’s installation.
"Retire Old Glory"
Posted on Feb 20th, 2017
It's that time of year when we begin to fly our American Flag.  In case your flag is tattered or torn from the wind, Cranberry Township offices offers The "Retire Old Glory" bin which is located in the Cranberry Municipal Center next to the Township Office entrance, beneath the Veteran's Display Case.  This is a very respectful way to dispose of the American flag.

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