Mayne Island Fire Rescue

Members

26

Work Experience Volunteers

2

Response-Ready

100%

Face masks are required to be worn when visiting the fire hall


Current Wildfire Danger Rating

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Click here for Current Outdoor Burning Restrictions.
Click here for more information about Fire Danger from the Province of British Columbia.


High-Risk Activities

Currently there are no high-risk activity restrictions in place.

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The Latest From Mayne Island Fire Rescue’s Facebook Page

1 month ago

The stormy season is upon us, which means trees and branches can come into contact with or bring down power lines. MIFR would like to remind everyone to stay back from any tree in contact with power ... See more

1 month ago

PLEASE BE ADVISED: There is a tree on hydro lines at 511 Fernhill Road. A section of Fernhill Road from Felix Jack Road to Minty Drive has been closed until Hydro crews can deal with the issue. ... See more

1 month ago
Burning Restrictions – Mayne Island Fire Rescue

October 1st, 2020 - Open Burning is now permitted on Mayne Island with the exception of Class-A Land Clearing Fires. A valid permit is required for all open burning. Permits are available for ... See more

Burning Restrictions Residential Backyard Fires OPEN Incinerators, Burn Barrels OPEN Campfires OPEN Fireworks, Sky Lanterns OPEN Class A Land-Clearing Fires CLOSED Venting Index For more information ... See more