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Fire Permits are Required in The Village of Sundridge.

Permits can be obtained at the Village Office or Sundridge Strong Fire Department and are valid from the date of issue to the end of the calendar year and are $20.00

By-law 2019-035 - Open Air Burning By-law
Summary of Fire Permit Burning Rules


Former Patients of Dr. Zeindler

Appointments are now available to the end of December

Patients can also see the Nurse Practitioner

Temporary arrangements have been made to have a doctor provide healthcare services to former patients of Dr. Zeindler on a part-time basis.

Dr. Diana Gzik is a family doctor from Huntsville who will be helping 2-3 days per week until the end of December.

If you need an appointment, please call the Sundridge & District Medical Centre at (705) 384-5258 (Dr. Zeindler’s former office) and leave a message with your name, phone number and the reason why you need an appointment.  Our staff will return your call as time allows.

Please note that we continue to search for a full-time replacement for Dr. Zeindler.

If you have already rostered with a new family physician, we strongly suggest that you stay with them until we have a full-time replacement.

Lyle Hall – Mayor
Phone: 705-440-8686 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Elgin Schneider - Mayor of the Village of Sundridge

Lyle was born in the Burk's Falls Hospital and spent his childhood growing up in Sundridge.  Both his father, Vernon, and mother, Barbara, (Walker) had their parents relocate to Sundridge in the early 1900's.  Many of his extended family still live, work and play in the village area.

Lyle's work career included tool and die, and refrigeration mechanic apprenticeships, as well as a part time teaching job at Humber College.  In 1986 he became one of the first employees at Honda of Canada Mfg.  At HCM he spent 25 years in management and he became a Certified Engineering Technician (C.E.T.), focused on the plant's quality control. His duties included coordinating production, new model start-ups, multi-departmental working groups and focus teams.  He also spent years as a senior member of HCM's Health and Safety board, Budget and Environmental committees.

He purchased a home in the village and relocated back to Sundridge in 2010.  He retired full time to Sundridge in 2012.  He currently devotes his time to his wife, Cathy, and his four adopted children and two older boys.

Lyle was appointed to Sundridge Council in October 2013 and subsequently elected Mayor in October 2014.

"I feel it is my duty to preserve the heritage of the Sundridge community for the next generation, and I feel my experience combined with my unique perspective as both parent and retiree would allow me to achieve this goal, while supporting the ratepayers’ interests."


Representative for the following committees:

  • Medical Centre Committee
  • High Rock Park Committee
  • Housing Committee
  • POA Partners
  • Hazardous Waste Committee
  • Sundridge Strong Volunteer Fire Management Board

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