Ad Hoc Committee/CRRC
Last Meeting: 01/10/2011
Agriculture Advisory Committee
Last Meeting: 05/20/2014
Animal Control Committee
Last Meeting: 06/04/2013
Architectural Review Committee
Last Meeting: 03/25/2014
Assessment Appeals Board
Last Meeting: 03/31/2014
Board of Finance
Last Meeting: 06/30/2014
Board of Selectmen
Last Meeting: 07/16/2014
Board of Selectmen/Town Counsel
Last Meeting: 12/19/2012
Crestview Ridge Renovation Committee
Last Meeting: 01/19/2012
Crestview Ridge Renovation Committee II
Last Meeting: 01/19/2012
Cultural Arts Commission
Last Meeting: 07/08/2014
Animal Control Committee
Last Meeting: 03/19/2010
Economic Development Commission
Last Meeting: 07/01/2014
Elderly Commission
Next Meeting: 09/09/2014
Ethics Committee
Last Meeting: 01/28/2014
Fire Commission
Last Meeting: 07/21/2014
Fire Department Chiefs
Next Meeting: 08/13/2014
High School Building Committee
Last Meeting: 09/13/2010
Housing Authority
Next Meeting: 07/30/2014
Housing Authority
Next Meeting: 07/25/2014
HS Diamond Project
Last Meeting: 07/10/2014
Library Board of Directors
Last Meeting: 06/18/2014
Library Planning & Building Committee
Last Meeting: 07/07/2014
Long Range Planning Committee
Last Meeting: 08/12/2013
MISCELLANEOUS
Next Meeting: 09/09/2014
Oxford Center School Building Committee
Last Meeting: 05/29/2013
Parks & Recreation Commission
Last Meeting: 07/07/2014
Planning & Zoning Commission
Last Meeting: 07/15/2014
Playscape Planning & Building Committee
Last Meeting: 03/13/2014
Safety & Health Committee
Last Meeting: 03/16/2011
Schools Upgrade Committee
Last Meeting: 06/25/2014
Senior Center Building Committee
Last Meeting: 12/03/2009
Sewer/Water Line Committee
Last Meeting: 05/03/2010
Shelter Building Committee
Last Meeting: 06/06/2013
Tax Collectors Office Advisory Committee
Last Meeting: 12/05/2013
TOWN MEETINGS
Last Meeting: 07/14/2014
Water Pollution Control Authority
Last Meeting: 07/14/2014
Website Committee
Last Meeting: 07/08/2014
Zoning Board of Appeals
Last Meeting: 06/30/2014
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A Place to Live, A Town to Love
A Place to Live, A Town to Love
Located in southwestern Connecticut, Oxford is a small, rural town that continues to grow and progress, even in today's economy. With a new state-of-the-art high school, major real estate and industrial development, infrastructure improvements, the Oxford Greens public golf course, numerous recreational parks and activities and a busy airport, there is a lot going on in Oxford.
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Oxford residents and business owners enjoy one of the lowest mil rates in New Haven County. For the budget year 2011-2012, our residents approved our municipal town budget on the second referendum. In 2011, Oxford property revaluations yielded a decrease in property taxes for more than 80% of all households, leading to a slight mil rate increase, still well below neighboring towns who will experience revaluations next year. Oxford continues to "hold the line" on spending while providing residents with near same-level services as experienced in the recent past. Road improvements continue at a steady pace and economic development continues at a steady pace. Because of Oxford's fiscally-responsible government with a vigilant eye on cost-effective progress, the State of Connecticut and the Federal Government provide regular grant assistance to the town. Oxford is regarded as a "small town crown jewel" of Connecticut.
Oxford Road Improvements - Update
Road improvements continue in Oxford despite the downturn in the national economy. Of the 120 miles of roads in Oxford, some are in need of repair, and others require new safety features such as traffic lights, stop signs, turning dirt roads into paved ones and implementing new drainage systems for water flow issues. Dangerous curves, narrow roads, shoulder ditches, new warning signs and road patching also continue at the same rate as the budget year 2008, at no extra cost to tax payers...

Other Road Improvement News

• Accident-reduction grant received to allow the town to remove dangerous curve on Governor’s Hill Road outside of Old Church Road. Spring: 2011

• ARRA funds used to reclaim and repave Christian Street between Airport Access Road and Robinson Lane – 2010/2011

• Town of Oxford applied for State (STEAP) funds to begin reclamation, drainage and paving on portions of Great Hill Road.

• Connecticut DOT will use STP funds to reconstruct a segment of Christian Street between Jacks Hill Road and Robinson Lane. The $2.0 million project will improve the contours and widen the Christian Street roadway to meet industrial standards. Construction is expected to be completed by year-end 2012.

• Oxford continues to pursue federal, regional and Connecticut-State grants and funds to assist in improving our local road conditions.

Please see linked PDF with a listing of Road Improvements since 2008.
Charter & Codes
The Town Charter (the "Charter") and the Municipal Code of Ordinances (the "Code") are made available on this website as a public service and reliance on such information is at the user's own risk. The Town of Oxford, its departments, officers and employees do not warrant the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of this electronic version of the Charter and Code displayed on this web site and may not be held liable for any losses caused by any person’s reliance on the information available on this web site. This electronic version of the Town Charter has not been officially certified by the Town Clerk. Those needing the official and latest version of the Charter should contact the Town Clerk's Office.
Code of Ordinances
Read the latest changes to Oxford's ordinances.
Town Charter
(A) The Charter shall be the organic law of the Town in the administration of its local affairs: Special Acts and Ordinances or portions thereof, inconsistent with this Charter and superseded by it, shall have no further force or effect after the effective date of this Charter. Other Special Acts affecting the Town, and all other Ordinances and Resolutions duly adopted and in force before the effective date of this Charter shall remain in force.

(B) Matters concerning the election of officers, the making and registration of voters and the administration of local affairs not provided by this Charter, or by lawful ordinance, shall be governed by the General Statutes, and any Special Acts of the State of Connecticut applicable to the Town...
What's New on the Website
The Town of Oxford's redesigned website was re-launched on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011 with a new look and new features.
The Town of Oxford's redesigned website was re-launched on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011 with a new look and new features. When the current Website Committee was appointed in 2008, the town's website was receiving about 40,000 - 50,000 site visits per year. In the fall of 2009, the town website was relaunched and by the end of 2009, the site attracted 110,000 site visits for calendar year 2009. Based on the current pace of monthly site visitors, the town's website will achieve 250,000 site visits by the end of this year, a 500% increase since 2008.

For the last 6 months, the Website Committee has worked with KD Interactive in redesigning the current website to one that offers an upgraded look, better navigation, and more user friendly features.

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Oxford, CT 06478-1298
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