Apply for Service
Apply for Service: Sewer, Water, Trash Apply Online or, call the Customer Service Center Ph: 724-776-4806, Mon.-Fri., 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM, at least one business day prior to the day you wish to start water, sewer, and trash recycling and yard waste collection services to set up a new utilities account.
Current and past bill inserts are posted here with important information regarding the Township's water, sewer, stormwater and trash services.
Brush Creek Treatment Plant
The Treatment Plant, located along Brush Creek, provides wastewater treatment services to all of Cranberry Township, along with portions of Pine, Marshall and New Sewickley Townships. Currently, the plant processes 3.2 millions of gallons of water per day. That’s enough water to fill the Cranberry Community Waterpark pool seven times. The plant uses physical, chemical and biological processes to remove harmful pollution. Wastewater is collected from homes, businesses and industries, and after being treated, is released into Brush Creek.
Cranberry Township’s wastewater collection system and Brush Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant are designed to transport and treat domestic wastewater, or as it is commonly called, sewage. This is the water that flows down the drain from sinks, showers, tubs, toilets, and clothes’ washer in your home or from commercial establishments.
The sanitary sewer system is a key piece of infrastructure consisting of approximately 198.82 miles of sewer pipes and 3 lift stations. This intricate network exists to make sure that the wastewater that gets flushed every day from homes and businesses makes its way to the Brush Creek Waste Water Pollution Control Plant (BCWWPCP) where it’s properly cleaned and treated before being recycled back into Brush Creek.
Service Line Warranties of America
Cranberry Township and Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) have partnered to help protect customers from the unexpected expense and inconvenience of emergency repairs to the systems in their homes.
Trash and Recycling
The Collection Connection™ is Cranberry’s residential collection service for trash, recycling and yard waste.
Bill Payment Options
Establish service; bill pay options for water, sewer, stormwater and trash; plus, forms for credit, special requests and testing.
Water, Sewer, Stormwater Rates
All rates may be changed periodically based upon operational and/or capital needs of the system. A monthly minimum charge (base rate) for each meter is based on the water meter size.
Cranberry Township’s drinking water is safe and meets all federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) safety standards.
Water & Sewer
Cranberry Township owns and operates the public water supply system serving the Township.
Monitor Water Use
Water customers can monitor and control their water by using the free Customer Portal feature. The tool is designed to give residents the option to better manage their water consumption.