Environmental Working Group
The Town of Banff is forming an Administration-led Business Environmental Leadership Working Group to provide input on Banff’s environmental initiatives, including issues, concerns, and opportunities. The group is also responsible for taking action in priority environmental areas and mobilizing others to do so within their sphere of influence.
Environmental Master Plan
The Town of Banff is looking to continue its tradition as an environmental leader by creating a comprehensive Environmental Master Plan for the community.
Renewable Energy Transition Roadmap
The Renewable Energy Transition Roadmap is a climate action plan for the Town of Banff.
Human-Wildlife Coexistence in the Bow Valley
As residents of the Bow Valley, we must reduce the risk to both humans and wildlife that share this landscape.
Rebates and Incentive Programs
Homeowners, developers and businesses are encouraged to install or retrofit their homes and buildings to include energy efficient and environmentally friendly features.
Green Case Studies
The Municipal Sustainable Building Policy demonstrates commitment to sustainable building practices. The Town of Banff's standard for all new municipal buildings is to meet or exceed the Silver Level certification of the Leadership in Energy Environmental and Design (LEED™) Green Building Rating System.
You can save money and energy by following some of these tips for your home and business.
Banff utilities are billed by usage, so conserving water means saving money.
Wildlife & Habitat
We share this place with wildlife like deer, elk, bears and many other types of animals, so we need to be aware of how our actions impact them.
Don’t put your bike away when the snow starts to fall. Cycling is a great way to get around Banff all year long.