Effective May 24, 2021
We have a new procedure for submitting all permits and licenses.
Cranberry Township Online Portal
Please use the button below to create your user account and password.
Using the portal, navigate to the "Building, Zoning and Codes" page and review a list of available applications and the supporting documentation required for submittal.
Users will be able to apply for permits, upload and/or download plans, request copies of documents (ie: Certificate of Occupancy, issued building permits), schedule inspections and pay for permits.
No paper applications, plans or visits to the Municipal Center Office will be required.
Inspections must be scheduled by 3:30 PM the day before the inspection is needed, or by 3:30 PM on the last business day of the week, if requesting a Monday inspection.
Use the Online Inspection Scheduling button (above). Please provide all requested information and check the box or boxes corresponding with the type of inspection needed.
Multiple inspection types can be requested for the same time.
Our inspectors try to accommodate specific time requests for concrete pours. Please add the pour time in the notes section.
Inspection reminder - All permits that have been issued for those decks, pools, or basements need to have the final inspection completed to close out the permit. Please use the new OpenGov portal button on this page to schedule your inspection now.
Plan Ahead - If you're planning on that summer project, the PAUCC allows up to fifteen (15) working days for review of your residential building plans.
Deck Guide - Want to try your construction skills, looking for some tips on building that deck, or simply need some ideas.....here's a link to the American Wood Council Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide based on the 2015 IRC.
- Property Code Enforcement, Chapter 5
- On-Lot Sewage Permit review, issuance, inspections and enforcement (Requires 3rd party involvement) Applications are available from Customer Service in the Township Offices. For more information, visit the PA Dept. of Environmental Protection website.
- Grading Ordinance
Pennsylvania Consumer Protection Law
Home improvement contractors must be registered and licensed by the Office of the Attorney General. Pennsylvania Home Improvement Consumer Information.
Please Note: Cranberry Township is not involved in the enforcement of the PA Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act 132.