Town Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

10:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Contact Information
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Holiday Hours

Monday, 01/01/2018 New Year’s Day
Monday, 01/15/2018 Martin Luther King Day
Monday, 02/19/2018 President’s Day
Monday, 04/16/2018 Patriot’s Day
Monday, 05/28/2018 Memorial Day
Wednesday, 07/04/2018 Independence Day
Monday, 09/03/2018 Labor Day
Monday, 10/08/2018 Columbus Day
Monday, 11/12/2018 Veteran’s Day
Thursday, 11/22/2018 Thanksgiving
Friday, 11/23/2018 Thanksgiving
Monday, 12/24/2018 Christmas
Tuesday, 12/25/2018 Christmas
All Days that Elections are held, June and November.

Quick Links

We are elated to share that Oxford Helping Hands Food Pantry has been chosen by the Oxford  Hannaford as the latest beneficiary of the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program!  Every time the specially designed reusable Fight Hunger bag is purchased at the Oxford Hannaford during the month of August, we receive $1. This is truly a great opportunity for us!  Please visit the store, find the reusable bag rack and buy the Fight Hunger bag.

Selectman's Meetings

Selectmen’s Meetings are held the First and Third Thursday of each month. A special Selectmen’s meeting will be held April 26, 2018 at 6:30 PM.  Click here for Agendas and minutes  

Town Assessors Hours
The Town’s Assessor is available from 8:00-3:30 on the first and third Thursday of the each month.
Planning Board Meeting
Planning Board Meetings are scheduled at 6:00 PM on the second Thursday of the month and if needed the forth Thursday.

The Town of Oxford

Oxford is a town in Oxford County, Maine, United States. The population was 4,110 at the 2010 census. Oxford is home to the Oxford Plains Speedway, the annual Oxford County Fair, and Oxford Casino. The town includes the village of Welchville.

Farmers grew mostly hay, and the town became noted for cattle. Mills were established at 2 water power sites; these developed in the 19th-century into principal villages within the town, especially after the arrival of the Grand Trunk Railway in the 1850s. Welchville was located on the Little Androscoggin River, where the woolen textile mill of the Harper Manufacturing Company was established. At the outlet of Thompson Lake was Oxford village, first called Craigie’s Mill for the sawmill and gristmill built by Andrew Craigie, a Boston apothecary and land speculator. This was also the site of a grisly murder that, to this day, goes unsolved. Here were erected a barrel stave mill, a shovel handle factory, and the woolen textile mills of the Robinson Manufacturing Company. The railroad brought seasonal tourists to Thompson Lake, where inns and hotels opened. Today, Oxford is a recreational area with fine architecture remaining from its prosperous mill town past. The Congregational Church, built in 1842–1843, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[6]

Special Town Meeting

September 20, 2018 – 6:00 PM
Oxford Town Office – Selectmen’s Meeting Room

Article 1: To choose a moderator to preside at said meeting.

Article 2:  Shall the ordinance entitled the Oxford Zoning Ordinance be amended as written.
Board of Selectmen Recommendation: Yes
Zoning Ordinance Draft    Outline of Changes to Zoning Ordinance

Article 3:  Shall an ordinance entitled the Oxford Dog Ordinance be enacted as written replacing the existing Dog Ordinance.
Board of Selectmen Recommendation: Yes
Dog Ordinance Draft

Article 4: Shall an ordinance entitled the Oxford Tobacco Use Ordinance be enacted as written.
Board of Selectmen Recommendation: Yes
Tobacco Use Ordinance Draft

Article 5: Shall an ordinance entitled the Oxford Cemetery Ordinance be amended as written
Board of Selectmen Recommendation: Yes

Cemetery Ordinance Draft

2018-2019 fiscal year tax bills are due October 25th, 2018 and April 25th, 2019. Taxes will be committed by September of 2018 and bills will be mailed out at that time.


Roads to be posted on March 2, 2021

The roads will be posted for weight limit on March 2, 2021. Exceptions:                                           All state roads. Number Six Road from Route 26 to Cross Street. Cross Street. East Oxford Road from Station Road to Cross Street. North end of Fore St to...

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P.O. Box 153
Oxford, Maine 04270

Fax: 207-539-4228

Phone: 207-539-4431