If blankets of heavy snow are too much to move, Cranberry is ready to send an angel to help.
The Township’s Snow Angel program has been activated once again to bring some helping hands to the community.
Cranberry Snow Angels matches community volunteers with senior residents or those with mobility needs. Snow Angels will remove snow and help keep sidewalks and driveways safer for everyone. The program runs from December 1 until the last snowstorm of the season.
Cranberry Township requires that snow be cleared from resident’s drive and walkways. The volunteer provides snow shovels and other equipment deemed necessary.
Volunteers must be 15 years older or be accompanied by a parent/guardian and are encouraged to work in groups.
Volunteers are required to complete the online application which includes a liability waiver and photography use agreement. All participants must complete, electronically sign, and submit the form before a volunteer match can be made.
To become a Snow Angel volunteer, visit CranberryTownship.org/SnowAngels.