Public Input Opportunities
Travel Alberta is surveying residents of tourism communities about the benefits and impacts of tourism. Banff and Lake Louise residents are encouraged to provide their feedback by January 7, 2022, by visiting Travel Alberta's online survey. Travel Alberta will provide aggregate results to Banff & Lake Louise Tourism to inform destination marketing decisions. The Town of Banff will also receive survey results.
You can speak at a council meeting but it must be about an item on the agenda. Check upcoming Agenda items at https://banff.ca/AgendaCentre. Email the municipal clerk firstname.lastname@example.org to register to speak at a meeting.
Send a letter to council for review in advance of council meetings. The topics should be relevant to items on the agenda for inclusion in the agenda. Check topics for upcoming meetings at https://banff.ca/AgendaCentre.
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: 403.762.1260
- In person: Banff Town Hall, 110 Bear Street
- Mail: Town of Banff, Attn: Municipal Clerk, P.O Box 1260, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1A1
Sign up to be notified of regular surveys and online feedback opportunities from the Town of Banff.
See the results of recent surveys, posted to the Banff Viewpoints Online Panel. Visit each completed project at banffviewpoints.ca to see reports summarizing public input. Recent completed reports include Seniors Housing Survey, Banff Lending Library, and RCMP Community Policing and Communications.
The Banff Community Plan is our most important tool for long-range planning. In other communities, it is often called a Municipal Development Plan. Community consultation to update this 10-year plan is being scheduled for 2022, following the finalization by the Government of Canada the Banff National Park Management Plan.
The Resident Satisfaction Survey to measure community satisfaction with the programs, services and facilities offered by the Town of Banff. A new survey is scheduled to be conducted in 2022.
Community consultation on a new public input policy is coming in early 2022.
A Community Social Assessment aims to create a snapshot in time of a community's social well-being and vitality - our strengths, assets and opportunities, along with our issues and challenges. Community consultation to update the assessment is planned for 2023.
Report a problem you see around town – snow removal issues, illegal parking, potholes – to the Town of Banff.