Cranberry Township is just over 23 square miles, conveniently located to I79 & the PA Turnpike I76, and is a quick commute to Pittsburgh or anywhere in the neighboring region. Cranberry has become known as the region’s emerging center for technology, engineering and customer service while offering low taxes,quality education systems and wonderful recreation opportunities for the entire family.

Seneca Valley School District includes a network of nine public schools, including three in the Township itself and for private school options there is Saint Kilian Parish School or Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School just to name a few. Higher learning education options include business, professional, and liberal arts curricula for both traditional and non-traditional students.

Recreational highlights include Dick’s Sporting Goods Sportsplex at Graham Park featuring soccer,football, baseball & lacrosse lighted fields, a hockey rink and bicycle/walking trails. Northpark Boundary Park features a waterpark, picnicking, baseball & soccer fields and playground with slides, swings and climbers. Cranberry also offers a Community Center, Community Dog Park and so many other family-friendly entertainment options!.