The Citizens for the Preservation of Rural Murrysville (CPRM)
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The Citizens for the Preservation of Rural Murrysville (CPRM) is a group of concerned residents from all walks of life: families, business owners in the community, professionals, young adults and retired individuals.  We dedicate our time and money to keeping the community informed of items that will impact the quality of life within our community.   In order to undertake this effort, we have incorporated as a non-profit organization.

The majority of us moved to or stayed in  Murrysville in order to live in a "residential and rural" community.  We want to keep it that way.  Please join us in this effort.




CPRM Supports Holt, Skeers, Stewart-Bayne for Murrysville Council

The Board of Directors for the Citizens for the Preservation of Rural Murrysville (CPRM) is pleased to announce our support for the following candidates for Murrysville Council in the upcoming November 3 election: Alyson Holt, Dennis Skeers, and Susan Stewart-Bayne.

These three candidates demonstrated both personal and professional experience that will be an asset in their role as Council members; philosophies that are closely aligned to the CPRM mission and goals; and commitment to the Murrysville Community through their volunteer activities.
CPRM invited all six candidates seeking election to Murrysville Council to participate in a personal interview with the CPRM Interview Committee.  The other candidates did not respond to our invitation; therefore we could not evaluate them.

The mission of CPRM is to recognize, encourage and support the efforts of  individuals and groups who are supportive of preserving the green and rural character of Murrysville's appearance, topography, ecology, traffic and sense of community.





Citizens for the Preservation of Rural Murrysville (CPRM) is sponsoring a booth again this year at Murrysville Community Day on August 15, 2015 at Murrysville Community Park (MCP). The hours for Community Day are 10:00 am – 9:00 pm. Please stop by our booth to say hello,  and tell us what is the
" Most Important Issue(s)" that concerns you today about Murrysville.  You can also play a quick game of Murrysville Trivia, and take away one of our brochures “ Get Involved in Murrysville.” The brochure outlines ways that you can get involved in the Murrysville Community.

CPRM has sponsored a booth at Murrysville Community Day since 2008, with the goal of educating the public about the CPRM organization as well as providing important topical information on issues on the minds of Murrysville citizens.  Community Day will be a day of fun, food, and fireworks!  Hope to see you on August 15th. 


Please help us continue our work by sending a donations to:

CPRM Treasurer
204 Georgetown Lane.
Export, PA  15632. 

The following link is to Alyson Sharp Holt’s Murrysville Fracking Discussion page on Facebook.