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Welcome to the Mudge Island community website.



Wanting to donate to M.I.C.S Follow this link and click the on donate button which links to our PayPal account.

NEWS, Please check back regularly as we update the news section at all times.  We post upcoming events and any stories or suggestions that we receive.

Always campaigning to raise money for the fire truck follow the link to find out about our society. HERE.

NEW Mudge Island Safety Tips can be found by clicking HERE

Do not forget to check out the Calendar section to find out what’s coming in the next few months.

Couple of new services added for Mudge Island residents, Check out the Mudge services page

Click here for a large map of Mudge, This shows you lot numbers, roads and beach accesses.

New Pictures have been added and if you would like to submit any to be on the site please submit them via e-mail to info at mudge.ca, adding a little blurb as to where it was taken.

Have a look at our links page as we will update this with new links all the time.

NEW, Just added a Tide table for the next few years and it can be found here or on the Nav links on the top section of the webpage.

Lots of new people are moving onto the island so if anyone is interested HERE is the Islands Trust MUDGE ISLAND LAND USE BYLAW NO. 228, 2007.

To connect with other Mudgekins and safety Tip for life on Mudge Island HERE.


FireSmart presentation Saturday 13th 10am till noon

Reminder about the FireSmart presentation this Saturday at the Hall. Mudge is listed as extreme for an interface fire (a fire that touch’s buildings), and FireSmart shows you things that you can do around your property and structures to help mitigate the interface. Please bring a chair. See you at noon. Philip Parsons VP MICS

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Coastal Fire Centre Enacts Campfire Prohibition – BC Wildfire Service

As of Thursday, August 4, at noon, a campfire prohibition will be put in place. Please click on the link and familiarize yourself with the details. You can still use your csa approved cooking devices and propane campfire devices, but as always, with care. Please remember that should we receive rain, this prohibition will still …

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Fire Hazard Status Update/Early Shift

Summer is officially here. We have had our third day in a row of Danger Class 4, which therefore puts us in an Early Shift situation. So you must stop “high risk activities” by 1pm, followed by a 2 hour fire watch. No change regarding fire. We are still permitted campfires so long as you …

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BCWS July 21 Status report

Hi all:   Please find attached the Coastal Fire Centre weekly Status Report for July 20-27, 2022.   Please note that the Coastal Fire Centre has enacting a Category 2/Category 3 open fire prohibition went into effect at noon PDT on Friday July, 15th. Campfires are currently still allowed in the Coastal Fire Centre.   …

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