The official website of

Corcan Meadowood Residents Association

Attention: All Corcan Meadowood Residents

• The Corcan Meadowood Resident Assoc is seeking to register able-bodied individuals in the Corcan Rd - Meadowood Way corridor for a volunteer corp to assist in supporting our community.
• We feel it is important to establish and register a network of individuals in readiness and reserve should conditions warrant.
• We will organize and prepare through social media and this website.
• We see neighbors already helping each other and wish to support and supplement this effort. Willing individuals can direct message us here.
Please provide your contact information via the comments box provided here.
Name, Address, Phone number, Email, Age, If you own a vehicle.
Please list any special skills that may be helpful to the effort:
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The Corcan-Meadowood Residents Association has been established as a non-profit organization to provide residents with a vehicle and voice for identifying and accomplishing development/improvement projects in our area and to promote social interaction. The association is your chance to be heard on issues in our community that maybe of concern to you.

News & Minutes

Start here if you'd like to catch up and read the minutes from the latest board meetings.

Board Contacts

Start here if you'd like to contact members of the board with questions or suggestions.

Calls for Action

The CMRA Needs YOU!

Alone, We  Can Do So Little; Together, We Can Do So Much.



Few things I like about  living in this area are:
• Little Qualicum River  Provincial Park hiking trails.
• Stunning views of the ocean, rivers, waterfalls, and mountains.
• Beautiful sunsets and sunrises.
It is a warm & welcoming friendly community with that small-town feeling.
Evelyn M.
Living in the Corcan - Meadowood area is awesome!
A true outdoor lover's paradise! Horse trails, quad trails, Qualicum Falls, hiking, and peaceful nature surrounded by mountains. This area is also ideal for horse owners, and for those with a green thumb due to the mild climate this part of the Island enjoys. Fishing, Skiing, Boating, Hiking, Golfing, Mushroom Picking, Star Gazing, Swimming & Quadding to name a few. 
You can do it all right here!

Rob & Jen R

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