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Designated Heritage Resources
The Historical Resources Act empowers the Town of Banff to formally recognize and legally protect heritage resources of local significance through designation as Municipal Historic Resources. 

The following properties are protected by municipal bylaws:

                    Municipal Historic Resource Year Built           Property Type       Municipal Bylaw
 Harmony Lane  Harmony Lane  1917  Commercial  200 (PDF)
 Luxton Residence  Luxton Residence   1905  Residential   209 (PDF)
 Beaver Lodge  Beaver Lodge  1913  Residential  210 (PDF)
 Tanglewood  Tanglewood  1887  Residential  211 (PDF)
 Dave White Block  Dave White Block  1908-1913  Commercial  217 (PDF)
 Tarry-a-while  Tarry-a-while
 (Schäffer-Warren Residence)
 1911  Residential  218 (PDF)
 Masonic Lodge  Masonic Lodge
 (Cascade Hall)
 1924  Institutional  232 (PDF)
 Crosby Residence  Crosby Residence
 1913  Residential  245 (PDF)
 Crandell Peck Cabin  Crandell/Peck Cabin           1907  Residential  290 (PDF)
 St Georges in the Pines  St. George-in-the-Pines   1887  Institutional  315 (PDF)
 Bow River Bridge  Bow River Bridge  1923  Institutional  372 (PDF)
 Banff Power Substation  Banff Power Substation  1905  Industrial  373 (PDF)
 Old Banff Cemetery  Old Banff Cemetery  1890  Institutional  374 (PDF)

Municipally designated historic resources are also listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places. For more information about the Town of Banff’s designation program see the Banff Heritage Resource Policy (PDF).