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.





PUBLIC HEARING JANUARY 5, 2015 - Murrysville Revised Comprehensive Plan

The Municipality of Murrysville will hold a Public Hearing on the updated Comprehensive Plan on January 5, 2015, 7:00 pm at the Municipal Building, 4100 Sardis Road, Murrysville, Pa. The Council is seeking input from the public. You can review the updated Comprehensive plan on the Municipal's web site Home page or you can get a copy of the updated plan at the Municipal office or the Murrysville Public Library, both at 4100 Sardis Road.  You can provide input at the public hearing by signing in to speak on January 5, or can send your comments to Jim Morrison, Administrator, via  email or letter; 4100 Sardis Road, Murrysville, PA 15668

As a matter of information, The Board of Directors for CPRM provided written input to the Comprehensive Plan in 2012/2013, and two of our board members, Shirley Turnage and Brien Palmer (deceased), were members of the Comprehensive Plan Study Committee. CPRM encourages the residents of Murrysville to read the revised Comprehensive Plan, attend the meeting if possible but most importantly make your position known. If you agree with the Plan say so, if you don't, say so!  Remember a "no comment" is the same as saying you "concur " which is fine if you like the plan, but not so much if you don't.  Get involved, it's your community

 Additional Resource:  Read Lynda Lyman's  excellent article regarding the Public Hearing and Comprehensive Plan in the December 3 edition of the Penn Franklin newspaper  



On May 7, 2014, Murrysville Council voted  to "deny" the bid by Huntley and Huntley for shale gas rights under Murrysville Community Park (MCP). Please see link for additional information:


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

CPRM Treasurer
3210 Brison Ct.
Murrysville, PA  15668. 

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