M.I.C.S

This Society’s purpose/Constitution is to provide support for fire prevention, fire fighting equipment and emergency services on Mudge Island.

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M.I.C.S Info

 M.I.C.S (Mudge Island Citizen’s Society)  This Society’s purpose is to provide support for fire prevention, fire fighting equipment and emergency services on Mudge Island.                 The address to send donations to, OR you can use the Donations links below. Mudge Island Citizen’s Society 4-590 North Road, Gabriola Island  BC V0R 1X3             New, just added …

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Be Fire Smart

Link to BC wildfire firesmart page http://bcwildfire.ca/Prevention/firesmart.htm Local Link to download the Home Owners fire smart PDF

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M.I.C.S Membership form renewal or new member:

It is important to renew your membership each year, your membership and donations allows us to continue to maintain and supply emergency equipment for Mudge island, your membership also allows us to qualify for grants and funding  

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In case of FIRE!

In Case of FIRE: If there is ever an emergency of any kind, call 911. Another number you can call for fire situations is *5555 from your cell phone. Or you can call 1-800-663-5555.  Both numbers are emergency lines to the BC Forest Service. Please remember that M.I.C.S IS NOT a recognized volunteer fire department. …

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Arrival of new fire truck

Here are a couple of Pictures of the new truck arriving on Mudge.  

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M.I.C.S rollout log

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Members Area

Coming Soon !! Password to enter Area:

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Directors Area

Password to enter Area:

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M.I.C.S Newsletter Subscription form

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Current wildfire hazard rating / Descriptions

Legal Size Campfires allowed Full Shutdown   What the danger class ratings mean: LOW: Fires may start easily and spread quickly but there will be minimal involvement of deeper fuel layers or larger fuels. MODERATE: Forest fuels are drying and there is an increased risk of surface fires starting. Carry out any forest activities with caution. HIGH: Forest …

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