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Step 1: Create an account by clicking CREATE ACCOUNT.  Be sure to indicate if you are creating the account profile as an individual resident or as a licensed business

Step 2: Once you are logged in, select ADD RESIDENT PARKING PERMIT

Step 3: Select ADD VEHICLE

Step 4: Add your vehicle’s details, including its license plate number. Your vehicle will be saved in the system

Step 5: Complete the process by selecting your permit type: Resident Parking Permit, Temporary Resident Parking Permit, Temporary Worker Parking Permit or Business License Parking Permit.

Step 6: Upload your Vehicle Registration and Proof of Residency

Step 7: View and accept the Terms and click SUBMIT. You will see a pop up confirmation page. Click YES to continue.

Your permit will be submitted to us for review. You will be notified via email after your permit has been approved or if we need further details.

If you still need help, call us at 403.762.1294.

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Residential & Guest Parking Permits Terms & Conditions

RESIDENT PARKING PERMIT (RPP)
A Residential Parking Permit (RPP) is a free, vehicle-specific parking permit issued by the Town of Banff and is available to all Banff residents whose vehicles are legally registered in the Province of Alberta and where the vehicle registration indicates a Banff address (physical Banff address, Banff PO box or both).

RPPs are valid for one year unless otherwise noted.

RPPs are also available for special circumstances where the applicant is only in Banff temporarily (maximum 6 months) for the purpose of employment. Other situations may qualify such as vehicle repair shop loaners

RPPs allow the permitted vehicle to park for free in the Pay Parking Zone for up to 3 hours as well as in the Residential Parking Zone for up to 72 hours. Permit holders must sign in on either a pay station or on the parking app or web portal to verify their free parking sessions. All posted regulations and regulations in the Town of Banff Traffic Bylaw 16-8 still apply.

Anyone applying for an RPP must first create a user account with the Town of Banff.

Licensed businesses
A holder of a current Town of Banff Business License is also eligible to apply for a RPP as long as the vehicle associated with the RPP is registered in the licensed business? name.
Where an RPP is issued to a business, the intent is that the permitted vehicle is used for business purposes including but not limited to deliveries for that specific business, trades vehicles requiring parking near workplaces in the residential parking zones and the provision of general transportation for employees of the business.
RPPs will not be issued to businesses whose business license is not current and paid as per the Town of Banff Business License Bylaw.

RPPs are not available for taxi or rental car fleets.

RPPs issued for licensed businesses allow the permitted vehicle to park for free in the Pay Parking Zone for up to 3 consecutive hours as well as in the Residential Parking Zone for up to 72 hours. All posted regulations and regulations in the Town of Banff Traffic Bylaw 16-8 still apply.

Any business applying for an RPP must first create a business user account with the Town of Banff.

GUEST PARKING PERMITS (GPP)
A Guest Parking Permit is a free, vehicle-specific parking permit issued by the Town of Banff.
Any resident who lives within either the Pay Parking Zone or the Residential Parking Zone (the inner zone) may apply for a Guest Parking Permit (GPP).
GPPs are intended for short-term, temporary use for the guests of the qualifying resident and allows those guests to park in the Residential Parking Zone.
Vehicles with GPPs are still required to pay when parking in the Pay Parking Zone.
GPPs are available for a maximum of 42 days per calendar year.
GPPs are not available for the vehicles of paying guests of Bed and Breakfast homes.

Anyone applying for a GPP must first create a user account with the Town of Banff

RPPs and GPPs may be reviewed by the Town of Banff at any time.

The Town Engineer may revoke any permit, Parking Permit or authorization given or made under the terms of this Bylaw if:
a) The permit holder or Parking Permit holder fails to comply with the terms and conditions of the permit; or
b) The Town Engineer is of the opinion that the permit or authorization or Parking Permit was given in error or on the basis of false or inaccurate information; or
c) occupied areas indicated on the permit are required by the Town for other purposes.