Permitted uses and associated
standards for each land use zone
Development related information
Policies that guide and manage land use
and resources within Oxford
In 2016, the census population for Oxford County was 110,862, which was a 4.9% increase from 2011(1)
The following tables provide a summary of the population and household estimates for each municipality and village within the County of Oxford.
Population & Household Counts(2)
City of Woodstock
Town of Tillsonburg
Town of Ingersoll
Township of Blandford-Blenheim
Township of East-Zorra Tavistock
Township of Norwich
Township of South-West Oxford
Township of Zorra
County of Oxford
Note: For comparison, the forecasted 2021 population and household estimates for Oxford County from Watson and Associates 2014 are 112,810 and 46,500 respectively.
Sources: Statistics Canada Census, 2016 | Watson & Associates Economists Ltd. 2014
Population & Households – March 2015 Village Estimates(4)
Total Number of Households
Source: Oxford County Community & Strategic Planning Office (CASPO)
For more detailed information, view the Statistics Canada 2016 census profiles for Oxford County or contact Holly McClure at the Planning Office.
The following tables are summaries of journey to work data for Oxford County at the census subdivision (CSD) level of geography.
The journey to work data was collected as part of the mandatory long form survey in 2006, and the voluntary National Household Survey (NHS) in 2011. Among other information, these surveys collected information on commuting flows between the place of residence and the place of work. These data are collected for persons aged 15 years and over in occupied private dwellings who worked at some time since Jan. 1, 2005 (for the 2006 Census) or since Jan. 1, 2010 (for the 2011 Census).
These tables represent a summary of the raw data supplied to the County and reflects the County’s interpretation of the raw data. Users should be careful when comparing these summary tables as there were differences in how the data were collected.
For additional information, please refer to the following links:
Journey to Work Reference Guide, National Household Survey, 2011
Journey to Work Reference Guide, 2006 Census
Community Planning involves reviewing development proposals and using planning tools to help balance social and economic interests while preserving and protecting the natural assets of our community.
Population Household and Employment Forecasts
Severing a property
LDC Minutes & Agendas
Official Plan Review
Development Application Forms
Application Notices and Reports
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