Get Ready! Disaster Readiness Day in Banff
Sunday, May 7, 12 – 4 p.m.
Banff Train Station Large Parking Lot
Experience a showcase of all the crews, heavy equipment, trucks and emergency services vehicles that will keep Banff safe during a major emergency. Learn how agencies are prepared to deal with disasters - wildfire, flooding, severe storms, wild animal charge, gunman attack - and more. Families will enjoy demonstrations and access to emergency vehicles, while learning how locals can take steps to be prepared for emergency. To learn more, visit banff.ca/Emergency.
We're calling your number!
You could be selected to complete the Town of Banff Resident Satisfaction Survey. Please answer the call if the display on your phone shows 587.410.0429 or 403.986.2928 over the next few weeks. This will be your chance to give feedback about Town of Banff services and state your preference on key community matters. Learn more at banff.ca/ResidentSurvey.
Community Rummage Sale
Sunday, May 7, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m
The Community Rummage Sale is back! Visit The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre to find gently used items like sporting gear, small kitchen appliances, clothing, books, toys, handmade arts and crafts and more. Free to attend. To learn more, visit banff.ca/Active.
First Aid Courses
The Town of Banff offers Red Cross Emergency and Standard First Aid certifications that cover the basics such as CPR and injury response and treatment. Learn more and register at banff.ca/FirstAid.
Drop In this Spring
Looking for something to do that is affordable and fun? Join one of the many Town of Banff Drop-In Sessions. Play soccer, basketball, volleyball, or take advantage of open turf time, a yoga class, and more! Visit banff.ca/DropIn to learn more.
Apply for a Community Grant
The Town of Banff's Community Grants provide support to Banff's non-profit societies, community organizations, and individuals. Apply by May 15, 2023. For details and how to apply, visit banff.ca/Grants.