Clearbrook Community Services Clearbrook Community Services  
Login | Register
  About Us
  Contact Us
  Management Company
  Board of Directors
  Meeting Minutes
  Financial Information
  Community Documents
~ Neighborhood News ~
Curbside Yard Waste
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2018
The first day of curbside yard waste pick-up begins the week of April 2, 2018.   Collection resumes on your regular pick up day.  Place items in green top cart or biodegradable yard waste bags.  Biodegradable yard waste bags are available by calling Cranberry Township Customer Service at 724 - 265 - 5328 - 5 Bags for $2.00. 
Only the following Items are accepted curbside:  
Leaves, grass clippings, branches and tree limbs under 4" diameter, brush up to 4' in length, plants, flowers, roots, shrubbery, prunings, and sawdust.
Do Not Knock Registry Available
Posted on Oct 5th, 2017
Local residents are eligible to guard against unwanted door-to-door sales calls.
Cranberry has imposed limits on door-to-door sales solicitors for many years including the requirement that they be licensed by the Township police department, that they display their license when making calls, and that they limit their solicitations to certain defined hours.
Starting this fall, Cranberry is extending those protections to residents as well as to licensed solicitors by maintaining a Do Not Knock registry. Residents who sign up for it are put on a list, which is updated at the beginning of each week and distributed to licensed solicitors. It directs them not to approach the addresses on that list or risk having their license revoked and face possible trespassing charges. Starting December 31, 2018, a complete new list will be generated each year.
To register:  www.CranberryTownship.orgDoNotKnock
Online Dues Payments
Posted on Apr 12th, 2017
Don't like the hassle of mailing a check for your dues?  Pay online instead!
Visit for instructions on how to make an online payment.  You can also set up recurring payments with your checking account.
"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.
PETiquette 101
Posted on Jul 25th, 2016
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, chain, or cage.
  • Control should be sufficient enough to prevent the pet from entering another owner's property without permission.
  • Owners are responsible for immediately picking up the solid waste excreted by their pets and for disposing of it properly.
  • 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. 

~ What's New ~
The form contains errors. Please correct them and re-submit.
Show me what's new
Past days

~ Welcome New Neighbors ~
A Warm Welcome to
Our Newest Neighbors
in the Clearbrook Community!
  • 100 Clearbrook Drive
    • Susan & Matt H.
  • 319 Haldeman Drive 
    • Ryan & Sylvia O.

~ Upcoming Events ~
Rochester Road Intersection Project
Monday, April 2nd to Monday, October 1st
This local project, administered by Cranberry Township, will use a grant from the federal Congestion Management and Air Quality fund to add another eastbound lane onto Rochester Road at its intersection with Rt. 19.  The project includes widening the bridge over Coal Run, adding a new sidewalk along the north side of Rochester, and replacing one signal pole.  The sidewalk will connect with a pedestrian crosswalk across Rt. 19 and ADA-accessible ramps to Wisconsin Ave.

The additional lane will allow traffic from both Rochester and Wisconsin to turn left at the same time rather than staggering their movements, as currently required.  The resulting time savings will be added to the green light cycle for thru traffic on Rt. 19.  

As part of the $1.3 million project, the westbound merge lane on Rochester will be extended from its current terminus at Commerce Park Dr.  to the driveway shared by the Municipal Center and St. Ferdinand’s Church.  

Work on the Rochester/19 intersection will begin after April 2, 2018.  Survey and utility work are currently being completed.  Traffic will be maintained during construction.  While lanes will be narrowed, any lane closures on Rt.19 or Rochester will occur overnight between 9:00 PM and 6:00 AM.  Construction is expected be completed by October.

~ Surveys ~
No Surveys Open
View Archived Surveys