Health and safety of everyone in our community a top priority while reopening
The Town of Banff, Parks Canada, Banff & Lake Louise Tourism, and the Banff & Lake Louise Hospitality Association are working together with the community to safely and effectively reopen the economy and resume services for visitors. We look forward to welcoming visitors back to Banff next month, when it’s safe to do so.
Parks Canada continues to limit vehicle access to many secondary roads and trailheads remain closed. Visitor services are suspended, facilities remain closed and camping, group activities, attractions and events are suspended until at least May 31. The Town of Banff needs time to implement safety measures in public spaces to enable Alberta Health requirements, such as 2-metre distancing between people at all times.
We remind residents to continue to follow all public health directives from Alberta Health Services. We all must work together to keep our community safe. Visit banff.ca/COVID for more.
Open businesses in Banff
As the province begins to implement its relaunch strategy, the Town of Banff has established a new webpage dedicated to listing open businesses in Banff. This listing showcases contact information and the types of service being offered at local establishments. To support Banff businesses and shop local, please visit:
First quarter 2020 utility bills
The utility bills for the January 1 – March 31, 2020 billing period were mailed on April 29, 2020 and are due May 29, 2020. If you have not received your bill or you want to setup payment deferrals, please contact email@example.com.
Property Tax Deferral
People who are unable or do not want to collect their utility bill from the Post Office can request an email copy of the bill. To request this service, email firstname.lastname@example.org.