Keep Kids Alive

For more information or to register your neighborhood, contact: Slow Down Campaign Coordinator

2022 Spring Campaign

June 3 - June 17

2022 Fall Campaign

August 23 - September 6 

Our goal:  Encourage safe driving habits throughout Cranberry's neighborhoods.
Be aware and drive with care ™

Our 2022 spring campaign begins with Seneca Valley's last day of school, on  June 3 and continues through June 17.
The fall campaign dates are: August 23 - September 6 (Seneca's first weeks of school)

Thanks to the Cranberry Township Police for their efforts during the Slow Down campaign and throughout the year.

Program costs are underwritten by the Cranberry Township Community Chest, RJ Community Management, Acri Community Realty, and Cranberry Township.

For more information or to register your neighborhood, contact: Slow Down Campaign Coordinator

Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 in local neighborhoods

Cranberry neighborhoods join together bi-annually to encourage drivers to adhere to the posted 25-miles per hour speed limit, as well as all posted speed limits throughout the Township. 

More neighborhoods take part each year with hundreds of signs posted and distributed in the participating areas, along with mobile speed-reading trailers, traffic counter tubes, and increased police presence. The campaign is open to all neighborhoods (with at least 5 participating neighbors). Slow Down Campaign Guidelines

Operating at a safe speed and exercising good judgment on the roads, sidewalks, trails, and parking lots is everyone’s responsibility!

The Cranberry Township "Slow Down" project is patterned after the Nebraska-based nonprofit “Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25." 

Program goals

  • Increase neighborhood participation
  • Raise awareness of driving habits
  • Slow people down

Campaign components

  • Post mounted street signs- HOA participants
  • Yard signs, managed by the HOA members
  • Police presence
  • Radar Speed Signs

Let's make traffic safety a top priority

  • Speeding occurs everywhere
  • Speeding extends the distance necessary to stop a vehicle.
  • At 20 mph: stopping distance 69 ft. 
  • At 40 mph: stopping distance is 189 ft.                 Source: USDOT, NHSTA

Check your speed - what’s the rush?

Tips for Parents of Teen Drivers
Tips for Drivers 

2021 Sponsors

Acri Community Realty
CTCC_Community Chest w
Rj Community Management

2022 Participating Neighborhoods

Bristol CreekCranberry Heights
GlenbookCranberry West
The CrossingsFreedom Woods
Ehrman FarmsHampshire Woods
Hazelwood FarmsMarshall Woods
KingsbrookOakview Estates
TimberlineThe Glen at Woodside
Spring MeadowsWinchester Farms
Winchester LakesWoodbine Estates
Autumn HillOrchard Park
Highland VillageHeathercroft
Park Place


Scenic Ridge

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Previous Sponsor

Cranberry Community Management Company