Cleaning up in Cranberry!
Our Adopt-A-Roadway program is marking its 25th year. Volunteers are individual Township residents, family and neighborhood groups, Township-based business owners and their employees, and members of local organizations.

The program is responsible for clearing debris from approximately 30 miles of the Township’s connector road network at least twice a year. Altogether, 23 groups – businesses, families, clubs and associations – have committed to cleaning their section of roadway. Sections range from half a mile to nearly two miles in length. Some groups do it more frequently than others. But their work is limited to a three month window in the spring and fall.

Our Adopt-A-Roadway program collects, on average, over 230 full bags of litter, and exceeds 400 participating volunteer hours annually. Between 1997 and 2022, more than 4,800 bags of litter was collected.  Including -  scrap metal, wood, pipe, plastic, carpeting, wire, cardboard, tires, wheels, gas tanks, toilets, computers, light bulbs, bowling balls, hockey sticks, mufflers, hubcaps, a bed frame, signs, washing machines, a plastic sandbox, buckets, antennas, aquariums, mailboxes, a car hood, a truck tailgate, a saxophone case, brooms, a portable baby crib, stereos, disc brakes, and an electric motor.

Volunteers are issued safety vests, traffic warning signs, pickup tongs, garbage bags, and other necessities by the Public Works Department. A list of safety precautions is reviewed with each participating entity. Signs acknowledging the adoptive organization are posted along their roadway.

Roads become available for adoption when new roadways are added or when participating organizations leave the program.

For more information, contact our Adopt-A-Roadway Coordinator Kaylee Eyth by calling 724-776-4806 x 1526,  or email:, at our Public Works Dept., 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday thru Friday.

Current Volunteers 

Call: 724-776-4806 x 1526

  • To schedule a clean-up
  • To arrange safety equipment pick-up
  • To request trash and litter pick up
  • Release form


A minimum two (2) year commitment is required to be a sponsoring organization, business, family or individual, with a minimum of one (1) Spring and one (1) Fall organized clean-up each year.  

Our wait list is always open. If you would like to join the wait list, please complete the Adopt-A-Roadway Application.

Thank you to our Current Roadway Sponsors

0.5 mi. Progress Ave. Cranberry Women's Club Sept. 1998
0.8 mi. Burke Rd. The Pindroh Family Jan. 1999
0.8 mi. Commonwealth Dr. The Bedillion Family April 2018
0.8 mi. Darlington Rd. The Christensen Family May 2019
0.9 mi. Old Route 19 Louis Zona, CPA June 1999
1.0 mi. Executive & Thomson Park Dr. BC3 Cranberry Campus August 1998
1.0 mi. Powell Rd. (Rochester to Freedom)
Sunrise Rotary Club of Cranberry Twp.
Feb. 2021
1.0 mi. Unionville Rd. (Aberdeen to Glen Eden) Appalachia Wellness Mar. 2020
1.1 mi. Haine School Rd. LDS Church Dec. 2004
1.1 mi. Mars Rd. The Maiolo Family Feb. 2018
1.3 mi. Hope & Woodlawn Rds. Karen & Gary Gajdzik Nov.  2010
1.4 mi. Ehrman/Old Ehrman Rds. Boy Scouts Troop 403 April 2006
1.4 mi.Glen Rape Rd. The Hardman Family May 2000
1.4 mi. Goehring Rd. The Kuli Family Sept. 2018
1.4 mi. Marshall Rd. Grace Community Church Sept. 2008
1.5 mi. Peters Rd. Boy Scout Troop 404 Sept. 1998
1.5 mi. Unionville (Rt. 19-Aberdeen) & Ogle View Rds. EAC-Environmental Advisory Committee April 2021
1.6 mi. Graham School Rd. Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. Oct. 2011
1.7 mi. Bear Run Rd. Plains Presbyterian Church Nov. 1999
1.7 mi. North Boundary Rd. Cranberry Twp. EMS October 1997
1.7 mi. Powell Rd. (Rochester to Glen Eden) Oak Grove Lutheran Church April 2009
1.9 mi. Freshcorn Rd. The Davis Family August 1999
0.8 mi. Heights Dr. (Evan Ct. to Rt. 19 & Winterbrook to Freshcorn) Cranberry Heights HOA June 2014