Connect with Council
Share your feedback, comments and concerns about Town issues:
Speak at a Council Meeting
There are two ways you can provide input at a council meeting. To learn about upcoming meetings of council, subscribe to Agendas and Minutes for council meetings.
Speak to a topic on the agenda
Near the beginning of each council meeting, the agenda identifies an opportunity for the public to comment. Note the section called "Public Input on Agenda Items." Anyone can speak at this time, but comments must be confined to an item on the agenda.
Present at a council meeting on any topic
You can appear before council as a delegation on any topic. To book a time to speak at a council meeting, contact the municipal clerk at 403.762.1209 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests must be received by noon the Monday prior to a meeting. For helpful hints: Tips for a Successful Presentation.
Attend a public hearing
Public hearings are held to get input on specific bylaws being considered by council. These hearings are advertised in the newspaper and on this website for at least two weeks before they occur. Anyone may attend and provide an opinion on the specific topic under discussion.
Send it in writing.
If you would like your correspondence presented at a public council meeting, please send it directly to the Municipal Clerk.
- Email: Email Municipal Clerk
- Fax: 403.762.1260
- In person: Banff Town Hall, 110 Bear Street
- Mail: Town of Banff, Attn: Municipal Clerk, P.O Box 1260, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1A1
Submit a petition.
Petitions are legal documents that obligate Council to take action. Because they carry a lot of weight, petitions need to comply with several legal requirements. Find out how to submit a petition.
Listen to interviews.
Mayor Karen Sorensen talks to Mountain FM every week after regularly scheduled town council meetings. Listen to the interviews to find out what council discussed.