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Deadline Reduction for 2020 Census

The 2020 Census is still underway! Even though the timeline has been impacted by COVID-19, you can still be counted at home, Internet, phone (844-330-2020 English & 844-468-2020 Spanish), or by paper questionnaire. Door -to-Door non-responses follow up begins August 11th. Completing now at home reduces a need for a Census visit and maintains social distancing!
The new deadline has been REDUCED to September 30, 2020. Fill out your census today to help with funding for our area!

IMPORTANT NOTICE: City of Oxford Utility Customers

The City of Oxford will resume normal utility disconnection procedures Thursday, July 30, 2020, for unpaid accounts from March 31st – July 29th; bills due after July 29th will also be under normal City Utility Policy procedures.

Please click here to learn more information and how to make payment arrangements. 

Kitten Rescue/Animal Shelter Donation Drive

The City of Oxford is hosting an Animal Shelter Donation Drive, in honor of the Juniper the kitten. The drive will run from Aug 3rd - Sept 3rd. Click here to learn more information about Juniper and the donation drive.

Running through COVID-19K - Virtual Race Challenge (Aug 14th - Aug 28th)

Oxford Parks & Recreation is hosting a virtual race challenge where you can run, wherever, as long as you do so safely. 

  • Registration begins August 1st - August 12th through RecDesk and participation is FREE. 
  • Registered participants will receive a fillable form to log their distance and once complete, submit to Parks & Rec. 
  • Participants will receive an electronic certificate once they submit their distance. 

Live In O-Town

Coming September 2020, the City of Oxford will take on unique virtual tours of businesses throughout the City! From legacy businesses to newly opened, from retail to professional service, we have it all! Are you ready?!

City of Oxford COVID-19 Response *Please Read*

As the number of cases of COVID-19 rises in North Carolina, the City of Oxford is making the health and safety of our citizens and employees a priority.  The City is closely monitoring the situation and taking the necessary precautions to maintain a safe workplace and community.

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