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Oxford Township > Departments > Assessing

TOWNSHIP ASSESSING INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE THROUGH OAKLAND COUNTY Anyone looking for real property assessing information, such as square footage and lot size of Oxford Township parcels, should call Oakland County Equalization at (248) 858-0776 during normal business hours.


Oxford Township, NJ

Oxford Furnace Lake Talk of the Town. Oxford Furnace operated the longest of any of the Colonial Furnaces, not being "blown out" until 1884. In 1835, it was the site of America's first successful use of the hot blast in which preheated air was blown into the furnace, cutting production time.


Oxford Township

The Board of Review will meet at the Oxford Township Meeting Room, 300 Dunlap Road, Oxford, commencing at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, until all business brought before the Board has been completed.


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Oxford Township > Departments > Treasurer

The Oxford Township Treasurer’s Department is currently accepting applications for summer 2018 tax deferments. To qualify, a household income cannot exceed $40,000.00. The applicant must also be 62 years of age or older, paraplegic, quadriplegic, eligible serviceperson, veteran, widow or widower, blind or totally and permanently disabled.


Oxford Township > Departments

departments. supervisor's office: treasurer's office: planning commission: assessing: engineering: clerk's office: township board: zoning information & board of appeals: zoning ordinance: photo gallery: community links: go to top. copyright 2019 by charter township of oxford.


Oxford Township > Taxes & Voting > Homeowners & Taxes

The Charter Township of Oxford is working with the Oakland-Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) in providing a Minor Home Repair Program to low-to-moderate income residents in both Oxford Township and Oxford Village. There is a maximum of $5,000.00 available per household per year to cover a variety of projects.


Oxford Township > Contact

Please refer to the following departments for information for which you may be searching. Our Staff is happy to help you with any questions or information you may need.


Oxford Township > Taxes & Voting > Tax Payment Information

Township Drop Box For your convenience, a drop box is located at the front of the new Oxford Township Offices at 300 Dunlap Road (off of Seymour Lake Road). We accept only checks or money orders in the drop box. PLEASE DO NOT PLACE CASH IN THE DROP BOX. Credit Card Payments for Township Taxes


Oxford, MI

The Village of Oxford is one square mile within the Township of Oxford and includes the Central Business District. M-24, which bisects Oxford, is an important north-south corridor providing direct access to I-69 linking Flint and Port Huron.


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