Paid Parking in Banff?
The Town of Banff seeks feedback on a proposal for paid parking in summer months, and parking permits for residential streets downtown. Provide input in the online survey or register to participate in a Banff Parking Plan Public Workshop on Thursday, January 30, at 6 – 8:30 p.m. Visit BanffViewpoints.ca/Parking to have your say or register your seat.
Rules for Smoking in Public Places
Do you ever get irritated by smokers in public places in Banff? Would you like somewhere in Banff to smoke cannabis in public? We have extended our survey for input, while the Province of Alberta examines its smoking regulations. To provide input, visit BanffViewpoints.ca/Smoking.
The annual winter festival hosted by Banff & Lake Louise Tourism will provide more activities in the heart of Banff this year from January 15 to 26, with Banff Avenue closing for weekend family fun. The Town will open the Train Station Public Parking Lot from the first weekend until January 26 to reduce traffic downtown. For SnowDays activities and community races, visit banfflakelouise.com/snowdays.
Drop-in classes are a great, low-cost way to get active if you can’t commit to a weekly class. Classes range from yoga, zumba, skating, shinny, soccer, basketball to volleyball. Registration is not required. All skill levels welcome. Visit banff.ca/dropin for the new winter 2020 drop-in schedule, class details and costs.
Save with memberships
Drop-in membership cards give you access to all Town of Banff drop-in sports, fitness classes and programs. Purchase them at Town Hall, 110 Bear Street or The Fenlands, 100 Norquay Road and online at banff.ca/register.