Find out what’s going on in your community this year.
The Town is hosting its second annual open house on major projects and initiatives, Thursday, March 13, for residents and stakeholders to find out about a multitude of services, plans and programs that will impact them over the next 12 months, and beyond.
Connect 2014 will be held March 13, from 3:30 to 7 p.m. in the Concourse at The Fenlands, 100 Norquay Road.
You’ll be able to review what’s in store for transportation master plan initiatives, including scramble crosswalks and angle parking on Bow Avenue.
You will also have a chance to review and provide your thoughts on aspects of user-pay parking, one of the recommended actions in the transportation master plan adopted last May. The Town is looking at how pay parking might be implemented in Banff as a way to increase parking stall turnover and reduce the number of vehicles circling in the downtown core looking for an available spot.
Discover why land use and design of buildings is important in Banff, get an update on the community housing strategy, learn more about the results of the community social assessment, and pinpoint the locations of Banff’s public art. Plus, find out how you can install solar power in your home or business.
Phase 2 of the recreation master plan will be introduced, Cave Avenue reconstruction will be presented and you’ll be asked what it means to be a model community in environmental management. Booths are interactive as well as informative, and staff from all departments will be on hand to answer your questions.
Refreshments will be available and everyone is welcome.