Plan to harness Oxford’s economic potential approved by CabinetPublished: 21st June 2022
Oxford’s Economic Strategy has been approved at a meeting of Oxford City Council’s Cabinet on 15 June.
Refugee Week: A letter from a refugee, five years onPublished: 20th June 2022
Refugee Week 2022 (20-26th) will be a celebration of community, mutual care, and the human ability to start again. Read a personal account of one woman's journey of refuge, five years on.
Portable toilets to be installed in Market StreetPublished: 20th June 2022
Oxford City Council is set to install portable toilets in Market Street to temporarily replace the ladies’ public toilets.
Latest report on 2021 air quality levels for Oxford publishedPublished: 16th June 2022
Air pollution levels in Oxford are increasing again, after a significant drop in 2020 due to the pandemic, latest figures show.
Sheriff of Oxford to carry out traditional inspection of Port Meadow and its livestockPublished: 16th June 2022
The newly-appointed Sheriff of Oxford, Councillor Mike Rowley, is set to carry out a traditional inspection of Port Meadow and its livestock tomorrow (17/6).
£2.5m in council tax energy rebate waiting to be claimed by Oxford residentsPublished: 16th June 2022
Over 17,000 households in Oxford have still not applied for the government’s council tax energy rebate, making a total of £2.5m in unclaimed benefits.
Helping people experiencing homelessness during hot weatherPublished: 16th June 2022
Over the next few days, the Met Office is forecasting high day and night time temperatures that are expected to peak at 31 degrees on Friday (17 June).
Worcester Street parking goes cashlessPublished: 15th June 2022
Oxford City Council’s Worcester Street car park is due to go cashless from 1 July.
Statement on the fifth anniversary of GrenfellPublished: 14th June 2022
A statement from Councillor Linda Smith, cabinet member for housing:
Get on your bike with a range of free family activities at the Women’s Tour finish this SaturdayPublished: 9th June 2022
A BMX stunt show, a static bike race and a bicycle-powered children’s carousel are part of the free activities on offer as the Women’s Tour rides to the finish line in St Giles on Saturday 11 June.