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Oxford County Library is fine free for 2018
Fines on overdue library items will be eliminated on a one-year trial basis. Read more about this initiative.
2018 Budget
Business plan and budget meetings are underway. Learn more about how County programs and projects are funded, and find out what's planned for the coming year.
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!

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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landfill proposal updates  Speak Up, Oxford! 


County Council meets next on Feb 14    
The County Council agenda for Feb 14 is now online in the Council section of the website. This week's agenda includes regulatory changes for renewable generation facilities, delegations from UTRCA and Elgin St. Thomas Public Health, and more. Read highlights in Council this Week

January 24 Council minutes available
The County Council minutes from the January 24 meeting are now available online.

County seeks input on future locations for electric vehicle chargers in Oxford
Oxford County is asking residents to give their feedback on an expert report outlining where to locate electric vehicle charging stations across the County. Learn more

Help starts with 211
If you’re looking for help in finding services in your community, the answers to your questions are just three numbers away: 211. Learn more about 211.

Oxford position on EA for Toronto-Windsor high-speed rail  
The County Warden has submitted a letter to the Premier outlining Oxford's concerns about the EA for the proposed Toronto-Windsor high-speed rail (HSR) corridor. The County sees high-performance rail (HPR) as a proven alternative. Learn more