Yes. Regulations can be found in the Code of Ordinance
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Yes. Cranberry’s sign regulations are designed to clearly identify places of business, to enhance driving safety, and to improve local aesthetics. Those regulations can be found in the Code of Ordinances.
Most local non-profit fundraiser/event signs are permitted, but you should check first with the Planning & Development Services, 724-776-4806, x1104
Before you commit to buying or renting property for your business, contact Planning & Development Services, 724-776-4806 ext. 1104. If you plan to move into an existing space that requires little or no structural modification, the permitting process can be fast and simple.
Cranberry permits seasonal sales of legal merchandise for up to 30 days from tents or other temporary quarters. Planning & Development Services must be notified about the merchant’s plans, and the business is required follow the guidelines stipulated. No permit is issued for temporary seasonal sales, however a business tax license is required. Contact the Tax Administrator at 724-776-4806, x1171.
The list of permitted uses within each zoning district can be found in the Use Chart in Chapter 27 of the Township’s Code of Ordinances. A brief narrative describing the proposed business can be submitted, in writing, to Planning & Development Services, 2525 Rochester Road, Cranberry Twp., PA 16066, for review and for use determination as stipulated in the Zoning Ordinance.