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- Public SchoolsC+
- Crime & SafetyNG
- Good for FamiliesB
- Cost of LivingA-
- Health & FitnessB
- Outdoor ActivitiesA-
Cranberry Township is located in Pennsylvania with a population of 6,416. Cranberry Township is in Venango County. Living in Cranberry Township offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Cranberry Township there are a lot of bars. Many retirees live in Cranberry Township and residents tend to be conservative.
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Cranberry Township Reviews
Cranberry Township is short drive away from Pittsburgh with an abundance of hotels, shopping centers, and communal organizations, making it a popular town for tourism, commerce, and residence. Our local public school district, Seneca Valley, provides students with remarkable opportunities for volunteering, part-time work, test preparation, college preparation, extracurricular activities, and much more. In recent years, more diverse businesses have been moving into the area, providing healthier and cheaper options for groceries and sit-down restaurants, leisure, and especially jobs.
I recently moved to Cranberry a little hesitant, but it has been better than expected. There's a wide range of things you can do for all age groups. Everything is close to each other, but if you can't find something to do around here it is only about half an hour to Pittsburgh. Certain hours of the day are of course a little hectic with traffic, but once you learn back roads to get to certain places it makes your life a whole lot easier.
You don't have to leave Cranberry Township for anything. There are plenty of shops, parks, and places to eat. You're close to all major highways and it's an easy commute to your end destination. However, the traffic is a little much on route 19 and route 228 sometimes.