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  • 2011 - 586
  • 2010 - 604
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Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company

 We are a 100% volunteer organization established in 1959 providing fire and rescue services to the residents of Cranberry Township. 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 Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company spend their volunteer time training, performing administrative work, and responding to emergency calls. This is a unique arrangement in southwestern Pennsylvania, and is a model of cooperation between local government and volunteerism.

Ladies Auxiliary Spaghetti Dinner
Monday, 28 September 2015 10:38

project of the year!
Friday, 18 September 2015 12:36

BC3 awards first firefighter scholarships

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Members of the first class of firefighter scholarship awardees at BC3 are (L-R) Michael Riley, Alysha Bricker, Samuel Stewart and Melisa Stoner 
BUTLER TWP — The first five Butler County Community College students to receive the college's new firefighter $1,000 scholarships have been announced.
Those students were presented with certificates Thursday night at the Butler County Fire Chiefs Association meeting.
The recipients are:
• Alysha Bricker, 19, of the Petrolia Volunteer Fire Department
• Melisa Stoner, 20, of the Oneida Valley Volunteer Fire Department
• Samuel Stewart, 19, of the Portersville Volunteer Fire Department
• Michael Riley, 19, of the Chicora Volunteer Fire Department
• Cole Campbell, 20, of the Unionville Volunteer Fire Department
Bricker is studying heating and air conditioning. Riley of Chicora is studying engineering.
Stone is studying nursing.
Stewart is studying biology, and Campbell is studying welding.
The scholarships were established thanks to the Cranberry Township Community Chest, which made the recruitment and retention of volunteer firefighters its project of the year in 2014.
Over a number of months, that group raised nearly $400,000 from throughout the county, including more than $260,000 to establish the scholarships.
2015 Westinghouse/CTVFC Golf Classic
Thursday, 12 June 2014 09:03

The Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company will be hosting a golf outing on Wednesday, July 8, 2015, at Cranberry Highlands Golf Course. The proceeds from this event will benefit the Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company and the Cranberry Township Community Chest project of the year.

  • Traditional Scramble format
  • Come meet Westinghouse staff
  • Special prizes to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners for the scramble
  • Additional prizes awarded randomly
  • Sponsorship's and signs are available to help us reach our goal for supporting the 2015 project of the year

See the GOLF BROCHURE for more details.

Cost for the outing is $150.00 per person, $600.00 per foursome.

As part of Cranberry Township Community Chest Community Days, all sponsors will be recognized in their full page “Thank you” ad and in next year’s CTCC Annual Report.


Project of the year

This year's project is the replacement of the Miracle League Field synthetic surface and the building of the Miracle Playground.  The playground will be designed for special needs and all children.


Come join us
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 11:54

Spring is around the corner!
Monday, 03 March 2014 11:44

While we just faced much lower than normal temperatures the last couple of weeks spring really is approaching.  Trust us!

Daylight Savings Time begins this coming Sunday morning March 8th.  As you “spring forward” an hour, the members of the CTVFC suggest you use the occasion as a reminder to change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors save lives ... if they're powered by a fresh battery. Safety experts recommend replacing smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries twice a year.  So celebrate the time change with fresh batteries all around.

Once you change the batteries, don't toss the replaced batteries just yet. While they're likely not fully charged, replaced batteries can still do duty in children's toys, media players or electronic devices. Squeeze the last drop of power out of them before you recycle!

Smoke alarms have reduced fire fatalities by about 50 percent. About 2,400 people died in fires in 2014 in the United States.

This is also a good time to check your home first aid kit using this checklist, as well as updating your family emergency plan using this checklist.



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Fire Call Stats

Month 2014 2015
January 96 56
February 47 69
46 52
69 61
52 59
62 75
49 52
38 73


686 497

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