Manager's Coffees

Cranberry’s popular Community Coffee series includes plenty of hot java and informal conversation with Cranberry Township Manager Jerry Andree. This casual series of community-based conversations, held monthly at different sites throughout the Township, provides local residents with an opportunity to hear first-hand what Cranberry’s municipal government is thinking about doing, what it’s working on now, what it has recently completed, and to pose their own questions to the Manager. 

Venues for the Coffee series in the past have included residential neighborhoods, business locations, and Township facilities. 

There is no charge to attend any of the events, and no reservations are required, although RSVPs for planning purposes to 724-776-4806, x 1089 is appreciated.
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2017 Coffee Schedule


June 8 Coffee is POSTPONED - due to the Pens playoff game


Manager's Coffee Goes Wild! - Thursday, June 8  
Learn more about peaceful co-existence with local wildlife and how to deal with those pesky ticks. Manager Jerry Andree will be joined by members of the State Game Commission. The frequency of sightings involving larger game animals in residential areas, including coyotes and bears, has recently increased in Cranberry. 
Reservations are not required but appreciated, as we have handouts and give-aways.  Call 724-776-4806, x 1089 to RSVP.

Coffee with the Manager - @ the EMS, May 9 @ 7 PM.  This coffee will feature of tour of the Cranberry EMS facility with Township Manager Jerry Andree.  EMS is now an independent agency with its own full-time paid staff.  It is the Township's official 911 emergency medical service provider. Mr. Andree and EMS staff members will discuss the agency's mission, operations, and challenges. 

Coffee at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex - March 28 at 7PM, UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex
Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the facility and the locker room that the Pittsburgh Penguins use.  Also, enjoy an exclusive private meeting with the Penguins chef in regard to what the Penguins eat and how they maintain good nutrition through diet. 

How Cranberry got on the map, 
Thurs., February 9 at 7 PM. Council Chambers.  Details...


Cranberry’s electronic maps show things that aren’t even there. You, too, can see the invisible.  Learn how Cranberry Township planners and officials get to see aspects of their community which elude the naked eye.  

A sophisticated geographic information system which provides digital representations of property lines, voting wards, contour lines, zoning boundaries and much, much more will be the topic of a Coffee and Conversation with Township Manager Jerry Andree.  
Much of the information displayed on Property Finder – the name of Cranberry’s interactive map software – is in the public domain and freely available online to anyone with a computer, tablet or smartphone.  Other layers of information are only available to authorized Township staff members and used for traffic planning, stormwater management, water system asset location and related municipal functions.  Cranberry’s first responders and public works personnel also make use of the GIS system to pinpoint emergencies, locate hydrants, and execute other urgent assignments. 

The presentation will provide navigation tips and demonstrate how various layers of data plotted on the Township’s maps can be used by residents, developers and entrepreneurs to plan landscaping, building improvements and new businesses site locations.  

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2016 Coffees



  • Behind the Scenes with the Volunteer Fire Company, October 17, 2016,  7:00 PM
  • Cranberry Highlands Golf Course, September 27, 2016,  7:00 PM
  • Cranberry Community Waterpark, August 2, 7:00 PM
  • Traffic Center Tour and Public Works Operations Facility, January 13, 10:00 AM
  • Thinking Outside the Trash...a Look at Cranberry's Recycling Efforts, February 2, 10:00 AM 
  • Live, Learn & Play! Cranberry Library and Parks & Recreation, March 23, 10:00 AM 
  • When It Rains, It Drains ...Stormwater Management, April 21, 7:00 PM  
  • School-Community Collaboration with SVSD Superintendent, May 24, 7:00 PM 
  • Butler County Commissioners, May 31, 10:00 AM