Cranberry’s local District Judge, or magistrate, is located at 9028 Marshall Road, Cranberry Township, PA 16066. The office phone is 724-772-1717.
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Criminal history forms submitted by the applicant to the Pennsylvania State Police will cover arrests made anywhere in Pennsylvania. https://epatch.state.pa.us/
At the District Judge’s office if the amount in dispute is $12,000 or less. The office is located at 9028 Marshall Road, Cranberry Township, PA 16066. The office phone is 724-772-1717.
Applications can be obtained at the police department or online. Completed forms must be taken, in person, to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office at the County Courthouse.Alternatively, the Butler County Sheriff does visit the Municipal Center to issue gun carry permit registration and renewals. Check our web calendar for dates.
Exceptions can be made, by request
Take note of the signage in your neighborhood and alert visitors to park in your driveway, or, if you're expecting lots of guests, request on-street parking permission from the Township by contacting the Police Department at 724-776-5180, option 7, with information about when and where your event will be held. Your name, address, requested dates, and phone number are required to process the request. Parking on residential streets