Register for free parking
Visitor-Pay Parking is coming to Banff on July 5. Residents will need a virutal Resident Parking Permit for three hours of free parking per day in the downtown area, and to park on resident-only streets. Sign up for your Resident Parking Permit at Town Hall, or register online at banff.ca/ResidentPermit
Commercial Properties must compost food scraps
Starting July 1, it is mandatory for all commercial properties in Banff to provide a food scraps bin. If you haven't set up your food scraps program yet, email email@example.com for a free starter kit and set-up support.
Senior Housing Survey
We want to learn about the current housing situation for people who are 60 years old and older, and their opinions about housing needs in Banff. Take our survey at banffviewpoints.ca, or pick up a print survey at Town Hall. Our goal is to create a snapshot of current housing and potential future needs for seniors. Survey closes July 12.
Right, Responsibilities, and Rule for Permanent Residents
Monday, June 23, 1 – 3 p.m.
An online session for all permanent residents or anyone who has submitted an application. Learn about you rights and responsibilities, how to keep or lose your status, community and government resources, and more. Thanks to the generous support of community partners, information session attendees receive a $20 gift card to a Banff or Canmore grocery store. Visit banff.ca/Settlement, call 403.762.1144, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, and to register for the session.