2021 Property Taxes due July 30
The 2021 property tax notices were mailed on June 30, 2021 and payment is due July 30, 2021. If you have not received your notice, please contact 403.762.1230. To learn about payment deferral options and where your taxes go, visit banff.ca/taxes.
Register for free parking
Residents must obtain a Resident Parking Permit to be able to use three hours of free parking per day in the downtown area, and to park on resident-only streets. Register for your free parking at Town Hall, or online at banff.ca/ResidentPermit
. Summer drop-ins for kids
Summer drop-in programs for kids are now running. Programs for those in Grades 5-10 are available. Drop-ins are focused on sport and outdoor activities. Visit banff.ca/Kids
to learn more about Rise & Shine (Grades 5-8), Friday Night Get Out (Grades 6-10), and Summer Get Out (Grades 7-10). These programs are generously funded by the Wim & Nancy Pauw Foundation.
Canadian Citizenship Information Session
Wednesday, July 21, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
The citizenship application process has changed. Find out about the new application package and process, the most current eligibility requirements, the impact of COVID-19 on testing, government resources, and more in this free, online session. Visit banff.ca/Settlement, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 403.762.1144 to register.
Rights, responsibilities, and rules for permanent residents
Thursday, July 29, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
An online session for all permanent residents or anyone who has submitted an application. Learn about you rights and responsibilities, how to maintain your status, resources, and more. support of community partners, Attendees will receive a $20 gift card to a Bow Valley grocery store. To register for the session, visit banff.ca/Settlement, email email@example.com, or call 403.762.1144.