When you need an emergency response, Dial 911 to reach the police, fire department, or medical assistance. Outside Butler County, call 724-282-1221
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When you need an emergency response, Dial 911. The primary goal of the Cranberry Township Police Department is to continue to make Cranberry Township a safe and secure community for everyone that lives, works, or visits the area. Connect with the Police Department
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For over 40 years, Cranberry Township EMS has been answering the call for the residents and visitors of our community. Our coverage areas include Cranberry Township, Seven Fields Borough and the south east portion of New Sewickley. Your paid subscription will save you money - taking the place of co-payments and deductibles. Connect with the EMS...
- How do I call an ambulance if there’s an emergency?
- Is Cranberry EMS a municipal service like the police department?
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- Can the ambulance take me to the hospital of my choice?
- Will my health insurance pay my ambulance expenses?
- Are there other services, beyond transportation, that EMS provides?
CTVFC is a 100% volunteer organization providing fire and rescue services. The Fire Company created a unique agreement with the Township in 1981, which transferred the assets of the Company to Cranberry Township. As part of the agreement, the Township provides financial support for building maintenance, equipment, and apparatus. In return the professionals of the Fire Company spend their volunteer time training, performing administrative work, and responding to emergency calls.
Being a firefighter requires continuing education and training. The cost for training is reimbursed upon its conclusion. We offer opportunities in administration, firefighting, maintenance, and more. If you are interested in an exciting volunteer opportunity, call 724-776-1196.
This is a unique arrangement in southwestern Pennsylvania, and is a model of cooperation between local government and volunteerism. Learn more about joining the Fire Company