1. Studded Bike Tire

    Studded bike tire rebate back for second year

    Council committed $4,000 to bring back the studded bike tire rebate for a second year. Read on...
  2. Santa&#39s Anonymous

    Santa's Anonymous 2019

    Santa's Anonymous applications are available until November 29. Read on...
  3. Kelly Gibson

    Kelly Gibson selected as new town manager

    Long-time Town of Banff employee Kelly Gibson has been named Banff’s newest town manager. Read on...
  4. Elk Warning

    Elk Warning

    Parks Canada has issued an elk warning for the area around the Banff Centre and Tunnel Mountain Trails. Read on...
  5. Food waste bin

    Banff rolls out food bin fleet to grow composting

    New food composting bins are being rolled out all over Banff to help residents cut down on waste going to the landfill. Read on...
  6. Cannabis

    Smoking/Vaping Cannabis in the Town of Banff

    Should Banff’s bylaw about smoking and vaping cannabis be changed, and should smoking and vaping tobacco be regulated more strictly? Read on...
  7. Banff Public Library

    Apply to be a member of the Library Board

    The library is seeking new board members. Applications are due November 15. Read on...
  8. Snow Clearing Map

    Snow Clearing

    Roads are plowed and sanded according to the Snow Management Plan. Different areas have different priority zones, which are based on transit, school bus and emergency vehicle routes. Read on...
  9. high school depot

    Recycling Depot Changes

    The recycling depot by the Fire Hall has been moved and neighbourhood recycling stations around town have been improved with more bins. Read on...
  10. Utility Bills

    Third Quarter 2019 Utility Bills

    The Utility Bills for the July 1 - September 30 billing period were mailed on October 29 and are due November 29. Read on...
  11. Into the Wild

    Register for Into the Wild

    The Into the Wild program is an outdoor, nature-based program for Grades 1 to 6. Read on...
  12. REV Vehicle Launch

    Green fleet REVs up in Banff

    The Town of Banff unveiled 10 new electric vehicles and equipment this week as part of the REV initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Read on...
  13. Unwanted Item By Bin

    Unwanted Item Pickup now Online

    Banff residents can now schedule an unwanted item pickup online. Read on...
  14. Mayor at Tinu Opening

    Banff’s apartment vacancy rate grows to 1.1%

    For the first time in years, Banff’s vacancy rate has hit 1%. Read on...
  15. Essential Guide Cover

    Fall/Winter Classes & Programs

    Find out what programs and courses are being offered this season in The Essential Local’s Guide to Banff. Read on...
  16. Zero Waste

    Town of Banff starts journey on Zero Waste Trail

    The Town of Banff launched the Zero Waste Trail campaign to help restaurants, hotels and other organizations reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. Read on...
  17. Parks Canada Firefighter

    Prescribed Burns in the National Park

    Throughout this fall and winter, Parks Canada will be selectively removing and/or limbing vegetation near infrastructure in both the frontcountry and backcountry. Read on...
  18. Permit Viewer

    Development Permit Viewer Map

    A new way to see development permits in the Town of Banff is now available. Read on...
  19. Johnson Lake Closure

    Johnson Lake Closure

    Parks Canada will close Johnson Lake and its tributaries, and Johnson Lake Road, from October 1, 2019 to May 14, 2020. Read on...
  20. Mountain Adventures

    Mountain Adventurers

    Mountain Adventurers is an outdoor program designed for Grades 4/5 and 6-8 on PD half day Fridays. Read on...
  21. Solar

    2019 Solar Incentive Program

    Up to $50,000 has been allocated to fund the Town of Banff's Solar Incentive Program for 2019. Read on...
View All