Government Offices City Seven Fields Borough 2200 Garden Dr, Seven Fields, PA16046 Made up of roughly one square mile, the borough of Seven Fields in Butler County is a new and rapidly growing community…More that borders Cranberry Township. The community is mostly residential. The borough was incorporated in 1983 as an independent government after seceding from Cranberry Township. The five person council meets on the second Monday of each month. The borough manager is Thomas B. Smith.
Woodlands Homeowners Association 250 Parkwood Dr, Cranberry Twp, PA16066 Woodlands Homeowners Association is the governing body of the Woodland's residential development. They are in charge and…More run neighborhood events like garage sales and more.
Beaver-Butler Presbytery 134 S Main St, Zelienople, PA16063 The Beaver-Butler Presbytery is the governing body for the region. It oversees 83 churches in Butler and Beaver…More Counties. Its mission is to support and help grow the churches congregation and presence in the community.
MET Electrical Testing 710 Thomson Park Dr, Cranberry Township, PA16066 MET Electrical Testing provides such services as design and start-up, operation, modernization and decommissioning.…More It serves such industries as aviation, technology, utilities, construction, life sciences, manufacturing and industrial, government and education.
SimplexGrinnell 220 W Kensinger Dr, Cranberry Twp, PA16066 SimplexGrinnell is a provider of fire sprinklers and alarms, fire suppression, health care and sound communications…More systems and integrated security. It works with commercial, government, health care, industrial and education-based clients.
Named for President Andrew Jackson, Jackson Township was established in 1854 from portions of Cranberry and…More Connoquenessing townships. The township is located in the western section of Butler County and it borders Cranberry, Lancaster Township, Forward Township and Beaver County.
Jackson Township has a rich history and some of the early industries to the area were agriculture, the Muller saw mill (1804), a grist mill (1806), Bassenheim furnace (1814) and numerous tanneries and distilleries.
Today, Jackson is considered a second-class township. Three elected supervisors govern the community and each supervisor's term lasts six years.