1. Performance on Canada Day News

    Banff unveils performers for Canada Day shows

    The Town of Banff has released the list of performers and locations for this year’s July 1 celebrations in the heart of the national park community. Read on...
  2. Asphalt Overlay Program 2023 News

    Banff paves way to better roads and trails

    The Town of Banff invests in pavement repairs each year to maintain smooth streets and trails, especially for cyclists and skateboarders, who are required to use the road network, and for Roam Transit users, coach riders and drivers. Read on...
  3. NIPD News

    National Indigenous Peoples Day

    National Indigenous Peoples Day is on June 21. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and ongoing contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Additional Info...
  4. Canada Day News2

    Banff’s Pedestrian Zone to host Canada Day activities

    The Downtown Pedestrian Zone prepares to reopen on May 19 exclusively to pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders and transit, setting in motion plans for activation on Canada Day in the downtown activity hub. Read on...
  5. CSA News

    Town asks residents: how can you live your best life in Banff?

    The Town of Banff is calling on all residents of Banff to take part in the 2023 Community Social Assessment to help identify ways to make improvements for people who live here. Read on...
  6. Roof Sprinkler System News

    Town’s roof sprinklers program aims to help keep Banff homes safe from wildfire embers

    The Town of Banff is launching a roof sprinkler incentive program approved by Town Council in January, offering Banff homeowners discounted sprinkler kits to use in the event of advancing wildfire. Read on...
  7. Blue Dye News

    Town locates source of blue substance found in river

    The municipal water services crew was quick to address blue substance appearing in Bow River at storm water discharge. Read on...
  8. Banff Ave Pedestrian Zone

    Banff Downtown Pedestrian Zone set to reopen

    The Town of Banff will close its main street to vehicles in the downtown core on Monday, May 15, in preparation for the reopening of the Downtown Pedestrian Zone. Read on...
  9. Disaster Readiness Day News

    Banff Gets Ready for Disasters

    The Town of Banff is hosting a Disaster Readiness Day to showcase the equipment, vehicles and crews that would respond in the event of an emergency. Read on...
  10. Resident Satisfaction Survey News

    Banff phone survey calls on residents for feedback and priorities

    The Town of Banff has commissioned Ipsos opinion research firm to call Banff residents through the rest of April to measure their satisfaction with services and gauge community priorities. Read on...
  11. Heritage Finder News

    Banff showcases historical buildings for World Heritage Day

    The Town of Banff is celebrating World Heritage Day on April 18 by encouraging residents and visitors to experience the rich history of the mountain community by touring the many heritage buildings in Banff. Read on...
  12. Street Sweeper News

    Banff joins spring cleaning with street sweeping

    Town of Banff crews start townwide street sweeping today and will continue through next week and into May – if the spring-like weather continues. Read on...
  13. SUP news

    Registration Open for Spring/Summer Classes

    Registration is now open for Spring/Summer classes and programs. Classes and Programs
  14. Heritage Finder News

    Heritage Finder

    We’ve digitized municipal heritage files to bring you an interactive map of over 170 heritage sites in Banff, with details and photos. Heritage Finder
  15. Hotel and Apartment News

    Banff property owners encouraged to check assessed value

    The Town of Banff has begun mailing property assessment notices, starting the Assessment Review Period – the time homeowners have to review and potentially ask to change their property’s assessed market value. Read on...
  16. single use downtown news

    Bylaw to help reduce single-use items going to landfill or littering Banff

    A new bylaw will ban certain throw-away items business give to customers, require food and beverage operations to serve in reusable cups, plates and utensils. Read on...
  17. Banff No Smoking_Credit Kelly_MacDonald News

    Banff expands smoke-free areas February 1

    Smoking and vaping of tobacco and nicotine products will not be allowed in most public places in the town of Banff starting February 1, to reduce the health risks associated with second-hand smoke. Read on...
  18. Bridge Opening News

    Banff's new bridge to cut vehicle traffic, support greener choices and active lifestyles

    The Nancy Pauw Bridge officially opened today, creating a new crossing over the Bow River that will help reduce vehicle use. Read on...
  19. kids kick off

    Banff kicks off new community recreation and fitness facilities

    The Town of Banff opens new space for recreation, fitness and community connections Read on...
  20. Downtown group news

    Banff invites resident input as 2023 Service Review about to start

    The Town of Banff has published the 2023 Service Review documents to solicit feedback and kick off the annual Council deliberations. Read on...
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