A 12-foot wide, 6½ foot high, two-sided electronic community information board at the corner of Routes 19 and 228, in front of the UPMC building, was formally dedicated on May 9, 2011. This was the result of a joint project of Cranberry Township, the Cranberry Township Community Chest (CTCC), the Lions Club, the Rotary Clubs, the Chamber of Commerce, and UPMC. In 2010, it was identified as the CTCC Project of the Year. It is the updated replacement for a community information sign owned by Rotary which had been taken down from its Freedom Road site in 2004 when additional right of way was required to build new turning lanes onto Route 19.
The Community Information Board will provide information to the public by allowing nonprofit organizations, civic groups, and churches to promote community activities and upcoming events according to the rules and guidelines established by CTCC.
CTCC members pay an annual usage fee of $50 (before Feb 16)/ $100 (after Feb 16) for 4- 2 week messages per year. Cranberry faith-based organizations pay an annual usage fee of $50 (before Feb 16)/ $100 (after Feb 16) for 4- 1 week messages per year. Nonprofit organizations that are not members of CTCC may submit requests at a rate of $100 for a 2 week message period.