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If something touches on the health and safety of the people who live here, there’s a good chance it touches on our programming. Through our programs in prevention, protection and emergency response, we work to keep the people in Oxford’s communities healthy and safe. 

Oxford County Public Health is your local public health unit, offering programs that promote healthy lifestyles and that aim to prevent illness and disease in our community.

Oxford County Paramedic Services is your local paramedic services (ambulance), providing 24-hour emergency and non-emergency pre-hospital care.







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Mosquito pool positive for WNV 

A mosquito trap found in Norwich has tested positive for West Nile virus.

Pittock unsafe for swimming
Oxford County Public Health has posted Pittock Reservoir as unsafe for swimming. Stay up to date on water quality on the beach water quality webpage.


Smoke-Free Movie Night rescheduled 
A make-up date for the previously rained-out event has been set for Saturday, Sept. 24. Games start at 6:30, with Finding Dory being shows at dusk. Full details on Smoke-Free Movie Night. 


Enjoy summer events smoke free
Public Health is reminding residents of the rules that prohibit smoking at fairs, festivals and other community events. Playgrounds, sports fields, restaurant and bar patios are also smoke-free areas. Learn more about the Smoke-Free Ontario Act


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