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The Village of Sundridge is making some operational changes to limit the spread of COVID-19 virus. Certain Municipal Facilities will be CLOSED to the public from Tuesday, March 17 until Monday, April 6, 2020, unless otherwise posted.

To this effect, we are attempting to minimize physical contact with the public, so if you are able to conduct your business by email, telephone or at a later date, please proceed in this manner.

If you are experiencing flu like symptoms (coughing, fever, shortness of breath, chills) please stay home and do not visit any municipal facilities.

If you are experiencing any flu like symptoms, please contact Telehealth and/or the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit

Telehealth – 1-866-797-0000

NBPS Health Unit – 705-474-1400 or

Municipal Facilities Affected

Municipal Office remains open to the public at this time, however, we would prefer to assist residents over the phone or via email. Interest will not be charged on the March 2020 tax installment and the dog license deadline of March 31 will be extended. There are many alternative methods of payment outlined on our website. Please call 705-384-5316 or email

The following closures are in effect. Staff will continue to conduct business over the phone:

Public Works Office/Garage 705-384-7227

Sundridge Strong Joly Arena 705-384-5571

Sundridge Strong Fire Department 705-384-7378

Sundridge Strong Union Public Library 705-384-7311

MTO DriveTest Monday Sessions 1-888-570-6110

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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