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Pets
Posted on Sep 7th, 2018
All Freedom Woods pet owners are reminded that all pets must be on a leash while outside and under control at all times.
 
Picking up your pet's droppings (no matter where they are) is part of the rules and regulations.  It is neglectful of your responsibilities as a pet owner and creates a health hazard when the droppings are not removed. 
 
"5. Pet owners are responsible for removing animal waste. Violators are subject
to fines."
 
Please be courteous of others' property; have your pets leashed and clean up after them.
 
Bus Stop Safety
Posted on Aug 27th, 2018
A few reminders for students and drivers at the bus stops in Freedom Woods:
 
Cars must remain stopped in all directions until the blinking red lights on the bus are off.
 
Students must wait until the bus comes to a complete stop before crossing the street to board.
 
Following these guidelines will help to keep our students safe at the bus stops.
 
Lost Keys Found in Freedom Woods
Posted on Aug 13th, 2018
A set of keys were found in the Freedom Woods Community.  If you have lost your keys, please contact Cranberry Community Management at 724-799-5152 - they may belong to you.
 
House Numbers
Posted on Aug 23rd, 2017
Safety Awareness Info...
Did you know?  House numbers on the front of homes and on mailboxes should be 4" tall.  This is so emergency workers can easily find your house in a crisis.
 
Driving on the Grass
Posted on Mar 14th, 2016
There has been more than one incident of vehicles driving on the grass to go behind the townhomes in Freedom Woods.  This action damages Common Ground by making tire ruts and killing the grass.
 
Driving on the grass is not permitted in Freedom Woods.  Please keep all vehicles on the paved areas in the neighborhood.  Those driving on the grass and causing the damage will be responsible for repairing the damaged area.
 
 
Electronics Recycling
Posted on Dec 23rd, 2015
Below are links to a couple of businesses that will accept your electronic recycling items.  Please contact the companies directly to make arrangements.
 
ECSR (Environmental Coordination Services and Recycling - http://ecsr.net/
129 Ash Stop Road 1-866-815-0016 or 724-432-3278
 
922 Brush Creek Road 724-602-0025
 
Coyotes in Freedom Woods
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2015
BE AWARE! 
Coyotes were spotted in Freedom Woods this morning.  Please make sure your garbage cans are put away, since they will be looking for food.  Also watch your small pets and children.
 
Responsibility for Outside Stain Colors
Posted on Jul 20th, 2015
It will be the homeowner’s responsibility to match the outside stain color with their current stain color.
The only stain colors the Board of Directors will provide will be to those townhomes whose unit colors are all the same color in the same building.
 
 
Approved Siding for FW
Posted on Jul 1st, 2015
The Approved Siding for the FW Community is Everlast Polymer Cladding by Norandex or Hardie Plank.  You can view all approved colors at www.everlastcladding.com  or Hardie Plank www.jameshardie.com.   Don't forget to submit your request; the form can be located under the E-forms tab under Construction Request.
 
Where to Purchase T1-11
Posted on Jul 1st, 2015
When it comes time to replace the T1-11 on your home you can purchase sheets of this material at....
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FWHA Board Meetings
Posted on Jan 20th, 2015
The Freedom Woods Homeowners Association Board meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Cranberry Township Municipal Building.
 
Cranberry Township Fence Facts
Posted on Jun 23rd, 2014
Please see the below Residential Fence General Requirements for Cranberry Township.
  • A permit is not required to install or erect a fence on residential property if the fence is less than 6’ high and not constructed within a front yard setback.
  • The Township does not regulate which side of a residential fence is viewable.
  • A building permit is required to residential fences over 6’ high.
  • A building permit is required for a residential fence/wall over 3’ in height within a front yard setback.
  • The height of a residential fence is not regulated except within a front yard setback.
Anyone planning to erect or have a fence installed should do the following:
  • Know your property boundaries, easements, or right-of-ways for fence location.
  • Call PA-One-Call (1-800-242-1776) to locate any underground utilities for your health and safety.
  • Take into consideration the natural topography and environment of your property to minimize disturbance of any creeks, wetlands, trees and avoid blocking natural storm water drainage.
  • Obtain approval from your Homeowners Association, if needed.
Please visit the Cranberry Township website at www.twp.cranberry.pa.us for additional information regarding fences.