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Draft Granville County Trail Study

This study examines the feasibility of a greenway trail connecting Downtown Oxford to the Virginia state line as part of the East Coast Greenway. The project team has identified three potential trail alignments and is asking for public input on identifying the best alternative. Thank you in advance for your time spent reviewing the document!

Please send comments or questions to lucylaird@altago.com by April 15. 

The project team will also be available to answer questions in person at an Open House from 5:30-7 pm on March 27 at the Orange St. Community Center in Oxford. We hope to see you there!
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ADA Transition Plan

An ADA Transition Plan is a strategic document designed to ensure that public entities adhere to the accessibility standards outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It serves as a roadmap for identifying and addressing barriers to access for individuals with disabilities within public facilities, programs, services, and activities. The plan outlines steps for conducting self-evaluations, identifying barriers, developing strategies for removal, establishing timelines for implementation, and implementing ongoing monitoring and updates. By creating and implementing an ADA Transition Plan, public entities demonstrate their commitment to inclusivity and compliance with federal accessibility regulations, ultimately fostering a more equitable and accessible environment for all members of the community.

ADA Transition Plan Press Release 


City of Oxford, NC: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan Community Engagement Survey

City-Wide & Downtown Branding Initiative

The City of Oxford & the Downtown Oxford Economic Development Corporation (DOEDC) are working to create a brand identity and marketing strategy to promote Oxford as a place to live, visit, and do business. This includes a dedicated brand to promote Downtown Oxford as a unique destination. Please use the link below (or QR code) to complete a short survey and provide your thoughts on Oxford and how you believe it should be promoted!
City of Oxford

City of Oxford City Hall

Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM EST

300 Williamsboro St., 
Oxford, NC 27565
P: 919-603-1100

Photos used on the City of Oxford website are courtesy of citizens in Oxford & City staff.




 


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