July 1 in Banff
Canada Day this year is a time for reflection and learning. A space for Indigenous dialogue and healing is being held at Central Park, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to bear witness to the statement being given. Musical performances follow on trails and parks around downtown, 1 – 5 p.m. Visit banff.ca/CanadaDay
for more information. Stay hydrated, use shade and stay safe.
Seniors Housing Survey
We want to learn about the current housing situation for those 60 years old and older, and their opinions about housing needs in Banff. Visit banffviewpoints.ca to take the survey online, or pick up a print survey at Town Hall.
Register for Free Parking
Visitor-Pay Parking is coming to Banff on July 5. Residents will need a virtual Resident Parking Permit for three hours of free parking per day in the downtown area, and to park on resident-only streets. When pay parking starts, residents are required to enter their license plate at pay stations or online for free parking. 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.
Register now for Summer Fun and Specialty day camps
Summer Fun and Specialty day camps are crafted for those in kindergarten to Grade 10, and are focused on creating experiences, memories, and skills that last a lifetime! Choose from weekday camps for those up to Grade 6, or from specialty camps including kayaking skateboarding, and wilderness survival, for those in Grades 4 – 10. Open to all Bow Valley children and youth. Learn more, and register at banff.ca/Kids.