The Cranberry Plan

The Cranberry Plan has been updated.  If you want to know more about the 2015-2016 update process, time frame, or when you can make your voice hears, Click here for more information.

2009 Plan Background

On April 2, 2009, Cranberry Township’s Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a new comprehensive plan which was developed over a period of several years, extending to 2030. The Cranberry Plan, will guide the Township’s policies and legislative agenda throughout that period. Developed with extensive input from local residents as well as Township staff and outside consultants, the plan is comprehensive, detailed and flexible.

During the next 25 years, conditions in the community will change, due to unexpected economic, social and technological changes. In some instances, these factors may prove to be dramatically different from present conditions. Close monitoring and regular public updates will ensure that this plan remains a useful guide.

The 1995 visioning process launched The Cranberry Plan.
Vision: Building a Better Connected Place

2009 Cranberry Plan Wins Association’s Top Award

The Cranberry Plan was selected as the winner of the state’s 2009 Daniel Burnham Award. The Burnham award, the most prestigious award of the American Planning Association’s Pennsylvania Chapter, was presented at the organization’s annual conference. Alexander Graziani, president of the Chapter, said “The PA Chapter Awards Committee believes your work exemplifies the best and brightest in Pennsylvania planning in 2009.” 

Maps from the 2009 Plan

Note: Map files are quite large.
 Depending on the speed of your internet connection the file may require a minute or longer to download and open. If you have questions, please contact the Planning & Development Services Department, 724-776-4806 x 1104.

Map Folder
Community Assets
Greenways, Open Space & Agricultural Lands, Parks & Recreation, Utilities, Historic Resources, Natural Resources, Soils. 
Land Use
Current Land Use (2007), Regional Land Use, Zoning, Regional Zoning, Pending Construction, Developed Lands, Suitable for Development, Developed Lands.
Land Analysis and Projection Mapping
Growth Scenarios & Preferred Growth Scenario, Redevelopment and Neighborhood Renewal, Future Land Use.
Road Ownership, Regional Connections, Scenario Traffic Count Projections, Regional Connections, Road Ownership.


Appendices in the Cranberry Plan

A Measure of Progress

On March 24, 2010, the First Annual Cranberry Plan Update was shared with the Board of Supervisors and Community
Review the Executive Summary as a pdf  document, or click the cover to view as a flipbook.