Visitor-Pay Parking Survey
The start of the COVID-19 pandemic in spring halted Phase 2 consultation on a proposed Parking Management Plan. Phase 2 is restarting with:
- “What We Heard Report” on Phase 1 consultation
- New Draft Parking Plan, revised based on public input from Phase 1
- Survey to gather public feedback on the revised Draft Parking Plan
Revisions to the draft plan include paid parking only for visitors (residents would have 3 hours free anytime, as is currently the case for everyone), and includes a resident parking permit system to prevent visitor parking on residential streets in the downtown core. Have your say on the measures proposed to reduce parking pressures in Banff by completing the survey at BanffViewpoints.ca.
Classes and Programs
Registration is open for a variety of classes and programs. Sign up for these new classes listed below and much more. Register online at banff.ca/register or call 403.762.1251.
Power Skating for Adults (Beginner)
Tuesdays, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
November 10 – December 8
This class is perfect for anyone new to skating or for those looking to strengthen foundational skills. General skating, stopping, puck handling, passing and shooting skills will all be reviewed and worked on. Ages 16+.
Cost: $67.50. Course code: AC-FI-PO-11.
Zero Waste Trail Sustainable Living Series
Make Wine Bags from Old Jeans
Sunday, November 15, 3 – 4:30 p.m.
Use your favourite pair of old jeans you can no longer wear to make a wine gift bag.
Cost: $5. Course code: CR-SU-MA-15.
Winter Paint Night
Wednesday, November 18, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Working with acrylic paints, this session is guided with step-by-step instruction to paint a whimsical snowscape. No previous painting experience is necessary to join, making it ideal for beginners. All art material is included with a take home canvas. Ages 16+.
Cost: $40. Course code: CR-AR-WI-11.