1. Downtown Banff

    Banff Avenue Pedestrian Zone

    The 100 and 200 blocks of Banff Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic this summer to provide more space for pedestrians to practice physical distancing, and to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Banff Avenue Pedestrian Zone
  2. Bow River trail

    High Streamflow Advisory

    Alberta Environment has issued a high streamflow advisory for the Bow River, including the Town of Banff. Read on...
  3. 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...
  4. Canada Day

    Towns cancels programming for Canada Day, reminds Albertans to avoid travel to Banff

    In accordance with Alberta Health Services directives to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Banff has cancelled large-scale events until the end of summer. Read on...
  5. Utility Bills

    Utility invoices mailed, deferral option continues

    The Town of Banff is mailing the monthly utility bill for water, sewer and waste services to properties, but account holders are reminded that payment deferrals remain in place. Read on...
  6. 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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