Jason Dailey serves as the Public Works Director for Cranberry Township in Butler County. Mr. Dailey is responsible for the management and oversight of a 50 person Department consisting of the divisions of traffic, streets, fleet, facilities, grounds maintenance, sewer treatment plant and collection system, pretreatment and water distribution. Administration, technical operational involvement, routine business and citizen engagement, personnel, budgeting, capital planning, asset management, bargaining unit negotiations are all just a few of the responsibilities in this position.
Mr Dailey has served as Township Manager for two different communities in Allegheny County. Jason was an appointed Board member of the Municipal Employers Insurance Trust (MEIT) and held officer positions on the Association for Pennsylvania Municipal Managers (APMM) while in the profession.
Mr Dailey has been an instructor for the Pennsylvania State Association for Township Supervisors (PSATS), Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs (PSAB), the University of Wisconsin at Madison for operations management and Robert Morris University for undergraduate course work. He has extensive knowledge in the operations and administration of local governments. Mr Dailey is the recent Past President of the Western Pennsylvania Public Works Association (APWA) and remains active in its leadership. Mr Dailey is also currently in the leadership role of the Butler County Council of Governments.
Mr Dailey has performed several peer community reviews for Grass Roots Solutions as well as for the Governors Center for Local Government Services under DCED including public works operations, code enforcement, economic development, technology and software inventories. Mr Dailey has a well rounded background in operations and administration in local government.