Thunderstorm
A free CANWARN training session is coming to Oxford County, where outdoor enthusiasts will learn how to spot dangerous weather patterns and stay safe. Learn more about the event.
The future of waste management
Oxford County is looking for feedback on a technology approach to reducing and recovering waste from going to landfill. Learn more and provide your feedback through Speak Up, Oxford!
Regional transportation
Oxford County is advocating for a regional transportation strategy for southwestern Ontario
Draft Woodlands Conservation Bylaw
Share your feedback by attending a public meeting on November 29 or 30, or through Speak Up Oxford!
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Growing stronger, together.

Oxford County represents the best of both worlds: urban communities full of life, entertainment, and commerce; and, rural areas that are rich in natural resources, history, and farming communities.

Located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, Oxford County is home to several thriving communities. As a highly accessible location, with first rate transportation routes, Oxford is home to eight area municipalities that are fit for your business and your life.


 

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Oxford County and Elgin St. Thomas announce new health unit board, name and logo
Public health services will continue as they are now when the new health unit takes effect on May 1. Learn more about the merger.

Official Plan amendment appeal settled
Settlement preserves OPA 197's ground-breaking new policies to control landfill developoment in the County. Read more about it in our newsroom.  

Elevator out of service at 93 Graham Street
Public Health's elevator at 93 Graham Street is out of service starting Monday, April 23 for approximately three weeks.

Public Health confirms source of E. coli in local cases
Laboratory testing confirms processed deer meat is responsible for four cases of E. coli 0157 in Oxford County and a neighbouring County. Read more.

Storm spotter training with Geoff Coulson
A free CANWARN training session is coming to Oxford County, where outdoor enthusiasts will learn how to spot dangerous weather patterns and stay safe. Learn more about the event.