1. Pumpkin news

    Treat yourself to a safe and spooky Halloween

    The Town of Banff Emergency Coordination Centre (ECC) is reminding people that even with the risks of COVID-19, Halloween can be fun this year, if we all share the responsibility to make it safe. Read on...
  2. The Meatball News

    Meatball Honoured as Zero Waste Trailblazer

    A Banff restaurant is being honoured for their efforts to reduce waste and compost everything possible. Read on...
  3. Visitor Pay Parking Map News

    2020 Revised Parking Proposal Survey

    The Town of Banff has relaunched consultation on a proposed parking management plan. Read on...
  4. Waste Reduction Week News

    Waste Reduction Week

    Waste Reduction Week is October 19-25. Read on...
  5. Zero Waste Trail News

    Online tool helps Banffites recycle

    A new tool designed to help Banff residents recycle more launches online October 19. Read on...
  6. 101 Bear Street

    Play Space opens for children 0-5

    A new play space for children 0-5 opened its doors in Banff this month. Read on...
  7. RealIce News

    Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre cools energy use with ice-making technology

    As part of an ongoing effort to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the Town of Banff has installed a REALice water treatment system for ice resurfacing in The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre. Read on...
  8. Unwanted Item news

    Free Unwanted Item Pickup

    Schedule a free pickup of unwanted items - furniture, clothes, appliances and more, Read on...
  9. Via Ferrata News

    Fall/Winter Classes and Programs

    Registration is open for fall/winter classes and programs. Sign up for via ferrata, yoga, ice climbing, cooking, first aid, avalanche training and much more. Read on...
  10. Rainbow Crosswalk

    Rainbow returns to Banff to celebrate Pride

    A rainbow has proudly returned to the Town of Banff, providing a bright path for thousands of visitors and residents each day, while celebrating the community’s diversity. Read on...
  11. Call to Artists News

    Call to Artists

    The Town of Banff, through the Community Art Committee, is pleased to invite Canadian artists to put forth proposals for a high-impact public art project in a newly re-envisioned public space in downtown Banff. Call to Artists
  12. Logo

    Conflict of interest allegations disproved

    Banff Town Council voted on Aug. 10 to publicly release an independent investigation that found no wrongdoing of the Mayor or Council, after an individual who made a complaint began delivering to Banff homes a letter repeating disproved allegations. Read on...
  13. Bear Street Render

    A Brand New Bear

    Learn about the construction project on Bear Street and see which businesses are open. A Brand New Bear
  14. Evac guide

    Town to deliver Banff Evacuation Guide and masks to all dwellings

    Resource helps Banff residents prepare for emergencies such as flooding and wildfire, while masks improve community safety during COVID pandemic. Read on...
  15. RM

    Governments of Alberta and Canada advance assessment of rail service for Bow Valley

    The Province of Alberta announced earlier today that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Canada Infrastructure Bank to explore the feasibility of a passenger rail service. Read on...
  16. Above_Banff Town_Unsplash_Brandon Lam_Horizontal news

    Task Force focussed on Banff’s economic recovery in wake of COVID-19

    Banff & Lake Louise Tourism, Parks Canada, the Town of Banff, and Banff & Lake Louise Hospitality Association created the Banff & Lake Louise Economic Task Force to deliver a phased plan to safely and effectively re-open the economy in Banff National Park Read on...
  17. Bear Street Concept Image

    Bear Street reconstruction breaks ground

    The Town of Banff has launched a major reconstruction project designed to bring significant pedestrian-focused enhancements to a key commercial and service centre in the community. Read on...
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