The Township of Armour – Population 1414 (2016)
The Township of Armour is a single-tier municipality located along the Highway 11 corridor in the East Parry Sound District. Armour Township is largely rural, consisting of agricultural and wooded lands, as well as a number of freshwater lakes, most of which are connected by the Magnetawan River. The Village of Katrine, Armour’s urban centre is situated on the South West corner of the municipality. Visit the municipal website for information on the Township by-laws.
Office Location: 56 Ontario Street, Burk’s Falls
Contact Number: (705) 382-3332
Township of Perry – Population 2,454 (2016)
The Township of Perry is a single-tier municipality located along the Hwy 11 corridor in the East Parry Sound District, and is the municipality furthest south in the Almaguin Highlands. The Township of Perry is home to two urban centres; Emsdale, and Novar, which is often referred to as the gateway to the North because it is the first town along Hwy 11 to be considered as Northern Ontario. Please visit the municipal website for information on township by-laws.
Office Location: 1695 Emsdale Rd. Emsdale
Contact Number: 705-636-5941
The Village of Burk’s Falls – Population 981 (2016)
The Village of Burk’s is a single-tier municipality situated along the Highway 11 Corridor in the East Parry Sound District. Burk’s Falls is located entirely with the Township of Armour, however is a separate municipality. Burk’s Falls is entirely urban and is a major social and commercial hub for the Southern Almaguin Region. Burk’s Falls has a wide variety of desired services, including high speed internet, natural gas and municipal water and wastewater. For a complete list of by-laws, please visit their municipal website.
Office Location: 172 Ontario Street, Burk’s Falls.
Contact Number: (705) 382-3138
Municipality of Magnetawan – Population 1,390 (2016)
The Municipality of Magnetawan is located in the Almaguin Highlands region of the Parry Sound District. The Municipality had a population of 1,390 in the 2016 Canadian census. Magnetawan is approximately 3.5 hours north of Downtown Toronto, 45 minutes north-east of Parry Sound, 45 minutes north-west of Huntsville, and 1-hour south of North Bay. The Municipality of Magnetawan is made up of the former Village of Magnetawan, Village of Ahmic Harbour and Townships of Croft, Chapman and Spence. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us anytime we are happy to assist you!
Office Location: 4304 Hwy 520, Magnetawan
Contact Number: 705-387-3947
The Township of Ryerson – Population 648 (2016)
The Township of Ryerson is a single tier municipality located along the Hwy 520 Corridor in the East Parry Sound District. Ryerson Township is entirely rural, and comprised of agricultural and wooded lands, as well as several lakes connected by the Magnetawan River. Burk’s Falls is the nearest urban centre, located on the Eastern border of the township. For all municipal inquiries and a complete list of by-laws and other municipal information, please visit their website or contact the municipal office.
Office Location: 28 Midlothian Road, Burk’s Falls.
Contact Number: (705)382-3232
The Township of Joly – Population 304 (2016)
The Township of Joly was incorporated in 1890 and is located within the picturesque Almaguin Highlands in the District of Parry Sound. Joly is just east of the Village of Sundridge and abuts the Township of Strong. The world famous Algonquin Park lies a few kilometers from the township’s eastern border. Joly has an abundance of natural beauty found in its many lakes, rivers and trails that can be enjoyed throughout the year. For information on municipal by-laws please visit their website.
Office Location: 28 Municipal Ln., Sundridge (lower level)
Contact Number: 705-384-5428
Township of Strong: Population 1,439 (2016)
Strong Township is a township in the province of Ontario, Canada. Located in the Parry Sound District, the Township surrounds but does not include the Village of Sundridge. The Township surrounds Lake Bernard, which is claimed to be the world’s largest freshwater lake without an island. The lake is the most important asset. It attracts people in all seasons for swimming, fishing, sailing, canoeing, skating and many other sports. It provides photographers and artists with endless hours of recreation. Visit the website for more information on municipal by-laws.
Office Location: 28 Municipal Ln., Sundridge
Contact Number: 705-384-5819
The Village of Sundridge – Population 961 (2016)
Sundridge is a picturesque village located two and a half hours north of Toronto at the intersection of Highway 11 and 124. Sundridge has a lot to offer tourists as well as people planning to locate to the area. The village is centrally located in the Almaguin Highlands and is within 35 minutes to 1 hour‘s drive to North Bay, Huntsville and Parry Sound. Visit the municipal website for information on the Village by-laws.
Office Location: 110 Main St., Sundridge
Contact Number: 705-384-5316
The Village of South River – Population 1,114 (2016)
South River is a village on Highway 124 near Algonquin Park in the Almaguin Highlands region of Parry Sound District of Ontario, Canada. It is about halfway between North Bay and Huntsville or a 3-hour drive north from Toronto. South River has access to the Algonquin Park for canoeists at Kawawaymog (Round Lake). South River is home of Mikisew Provincial Park on the shores of Eagle Lake. Please visit the municipal website for by-law information.
Office Location: 63 Marie St., South River
Contact Number: 705-386-2573
The Municipality of Powassan – Population 3,455 (2016)
The Municipality of Powassan is a single tier municipality just south of North Bay along Hwy 11 and is the only municipality within the Almaguin Highlands that is part of the Nipissing District. Powassan is made up of both rural land and the urban centres of Trout Creek and the village centre of Powassan. For information on the municipality’s by-laws, please visit their website.
Office Location: 250 Clark, Powassan
Contact Number: 705-724-5533