The Islands Trust
Is a unique federation of local governments serving islands in the Salish Sea. We are responsible for preserving and protecting the islands' unique amenities and environment.
In 1974, in recognition of the special nature of the islands in the southern Strait of Georgia and Howe Sound, the Government of British Columbia enacted the Islands Trust Act to protect this unique part of the world. This remarkable area is home to an exceptional variety of species of birds, fish, intertidal life, wildlife and plants. Outstanding scenery and recreational resources include panoramic viewpoints, sheltered bays with secluded beaches, protected marine waterways and anchorages and pastoral vistas. The islands also support strong communities characterized by a mix of lifestyles, livelihoods and individuals. Island residents join together to bring special skills and viewpoints to sustain a tradition of community involvement.
Contact your Mayne Island Trustee
Mayne Island Improvement District
The regular monthly meeting of the MIID Board of Trustees is held at the Board Room, on the 2nd Monday of the month – 9:00 AM Upstairs (at rear) Fire hall – 250-539-5116
(If 2nd Monday is a Statutory Holiday meeting will be on 3rd Monday)
The date may be changed from time to time due to holidays or other events. Notices of such changes will be posted & published -
check our online calendar.
Please call the MIID Administrator at (250)-539-5116 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org in advance if you wish to attend the Board Meeting, as seating is limited
What is an Improvement District?