The Mayne Island Local Trust Area is located 20 km northeast of the Swartz Bay ferry terminal, and covers an area of 2,320 ha. Census data for 2016 reported a population of 949 people in the local trust area. The Mayne Island Local Trust Area is home to some of the rarest ecosystems in the world. To learn about the conservation status of the Mayne Island Local Trust Area, view the island profile.
The planner for the Mayne Island Local Trust Area is Gary Richardson.
Mayne Island Local Trust Committee News
March 18, 2020 | CANCELLED - LTC Business Meeting: March 30th, 2020
Due to the concern of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Mayne LTC has decided to cancel their upcoming March 30, 2020 meeting.
These applications may be considered by Resolution Without Meeting:
MA-DVP-2019.6 (Els) - Staff Report
MA-DVP-2020.1 (Freigang) - Staff Report
MA-DVP-2020.3 (Buzza) - Staff Report
Correspondence Re: St. John Point Management Plan
Correspondence Re: Garbage Services - Mayne Island
January 29, 2020 | Meeting Update
The Local Trust Committee (LTC) had its first meeting of 2020 on Jan 27. The Capital Regional District (CRD) held a well attended fallow deer meeting immediately prior to the LTC meeting. The LTC reviewed reports on: road frontage waivers for two boundary adjustment subdivisions on Garrick Road, housing review project, recommended First Nations standing resolution and a 2019 Islands Trust Conservancy Report. Other items discussed included: Galiano Island and Salt Spring Island Bylaws, current work program, Mayne Island LTC enforcement notification bylaw, management plans for St. John Point Park and Mt. Parke, Mayne Island Agricultural Society Heritage Revitalization Initiative.
January 27, 2020 | First LTC Meeting Of The Year
The Mayne LTC members are meeting on January 27, 2020 for the first time this year.
Please CLICK HERE to see the agenda package & more details.
Mayne Island Local Trust Committee Projects and Initiatives
Local trust committees set their priorities and manage their community planning projects using a work program. Top priority projects on the LTC's work program have resources in place, or resources which will be soon available. Projects may be significant and long term, such as an Official Community Plan Review, or relatively minor, such as an amendment to a regulation in a Land Use Bylaw. For more information on current projects - Read more >>