1. Grizzly Bear

    Bear Aware Webinar

    Attend a Bear Aware webinar hosted by the Town of Banff and Parks Canada to learn how to be safe in bear country. Read on...
  2. Banff Sign news

    Plan Your Visit

    If you’re coming to Banff, use the best exit into town to avoid traffic and delays. Read on...
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    Council Meeting, July 13

    A regular meeting of council is scheduled for Monday, July 13 at 2 p.m. Read on...
  4. Wolf Warning news

    Wolf Warning

    Parks Canada is warning of a bold wolf in and around the Town of Banff. Read on...
  5. Bear Street Render

    A Brand New Bear

    Learn about the construction project on Bear Street and see which businesses are open. A Brand New Bear
  6. Via Ferrata

    Mountain Adventure Programs

    Register for these low-cost adventure programs open to Banff residents. Read on...
  7. Thank you

    Thank you Banff

    We’ve been through a lot over the past several months, Banff. But we couldn’t have made it without the hard work of all the people who provided essential services, support programs and health services. Read on...
  8. Evac guide

    Town to deliver Banff Evacuation Guide and masks to all dwellings

    Resource helps Banff residents prepare for emergencies such as flooding and wildfire, while masks improve community safety during COVID pandemic. Read on...
  9. Dog Park news

    Dog Park Open

    The new Banff off-leash dog park has opened. Read on...
  10. Sunflowers in Downtown Banff

    Town of Banff Encourages COVID Kits for Safe Summer Travel

    With summer officially arriving with the solstice this Saturday, the Town of Banff is reminding visitors to plan ahead and prepare personal COVID-19 kits to ensure essentials are available for a safe adventure to the Rockies. Read on...
  11. Summer Camps

    Summer Camp Registration

    Registration is now open for Summer Fun and summer Specialty Camps. Read on...
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    Banff rescinds Local State of Emergency

    The Town of Banff has rescinded its State of Local Emergency, as of 9 a.m., June 12, due to the elimination of an immediate need for extraordinary measures to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  13. RM

    Governments of Alberta and Canada advance assessment of rail service for Bow Valley

    The Province of Alberta announced earlier today that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Canada Infrastructure Bank to explore the feasibility of a passenger rail service. Read on...
  14. Town from Sulphur

    Town of Banff Safely Opening Doors with Banff Ave Pedestrian Zone and Support to Businesses

    Alberta Health Services (AHS) reports zero active cases in Banff, with the total of four cases recorded in Banff to date as being recovered. Read on...
  15. Downtown Banff

    Banff Avenue Pedestrian Zone

    The 100 and 200 blocks of Banff Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic this summer to provide more space for pedestrians to practice physical distancing, and to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Banff Avenue Pedestrian Zone
  16. Above_Banff Town_Unsplash_Brandon Lam_Horizontal news

    Task Force focussed on Banff’s economic recovery in wake of COVID-19

    Banff & Lake Louise Tourism, Parks Canada, the Town of Banff, and Banff & Lake Louise Hospitality Association created the Banff & Lake Louise Economic Task Force to deliver a phased plan to safely and effectively re-open the economy in Banff National Park Read on...
  17. Utility Bills

    Utility invoices mailed, deferral option continues

    The Town of Banff is mailing the monthly utility bill for water, sewer and waste services to properties, but account holders are reminded that payment deferrals remain in place. Read on...
  18. Bear Street Concept Image

    Bear Street reconstruction breaks ground

    The Town of Banff has launched a major reconstruction project designed to bring significant pedestrian-focused enhancements to a key commercial and service centre in the community. Read on...
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