Welcome to the Town of Oxford


The OCC is pleased to partner with Choptank Community Health and the OBA to bring vaccines to workers in Talbot County who have not yet had a chance to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Please call the OCC at 410-226-5904 or go to their website and choose the link to sign up for a time on the dates below. PLEASE SIGN UP BY MONDAY, APRIL 26!

Vaccine maker:  Moderna
Dates:  Shot #1 Thursday, May 6th  –  Shot #2 Thursday, June 3rd
Times: Between 2-5 p.m. (slots available every 15 minutes)

The vaccine order must be submitted to Choptank Community Health by April 27.

Scroll down for the most recent COVID VACCINE updates… further town info can be found at: COVID-19 / Corona Virus Information

For the most recent Notices of Public Hearings: Notice of Public Hearings

Other town news and information can be found below and at: News, Calendar and Town Information

Recent Information concerning ongoing efforts to build resilience for Oxford can be found here: Oxford Shoreline Improvements

Information regarding Oxford’s Economic Development efforts can be found here: Oxford Economic Development


 There will be an ELECTION in the Town of Oxford to fill the expired term of one COMMISSIONER for a three-year term of office, to be held on June 15, 2021.


You may file for candidacy by requesting an application to townoffice@goeaston.net.  The deadline for registering as a candidate for office is May 17, 2021.

Registration to vote in the election must be made by May 18, 2021.  If you are registered, or have registered with the Talbot County Election Board by this date, you are registered to vote in this election.

With the health concerns of COVID-19 and the risk to vulnerable populations, ABSENTEE VOTING is recommended and available to all citizens.  A qualified vote desiring to vote in the coming election as an ABSENTEE VOTER must make an application in writing to the Supervisor of Elections for an absentee ballot no later than June 7, 2021ABSENTEE VOTER applications can be requested by email to townoffice@goeaston.net or the application can be downloaded from the town website www.oxfordmd.net and returned to US Mail to PO Box 339, Oxford, MD  21654 or by placing in the Town Office Drop Box at 101 Market Street, immediately following approval of the Election Board, the Absentee Ballot, with complete instruction, will be mailed to the voter.

ABSENTEE BALLOTS must be returned to the Town Office no later than Election Day, June 15, 2021 by the close of business – 4 p.m.

ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2021, FROM 2 PM TO 7 PM, and in person voting will be held at the COMMUNITY SERVICES BUILDING, 101 MARKET STREET, OXFORD, MD.

Due to COVID-19, Face Coverings and Social Distancing will be required for in person voting.  Signs will be posted directing voters through the process.  Please follow all instructions as provided.


Must be a citizen of the United States; is at least 18 years of age; has resided in the corporate limits of the Town for thirty (30) days next preceding any Town election; and is registered to vote in accordance with the provisions of the Charter.

All questions should be direction to the Town Manager, Cheryl Lewis at 410-226-5122 or oxfordclerk@goeaston.net.  Town of Oxford, PO Box 339, Oxford, MD  21654

April 17, 2021 Covid Vaccine Update:

For Immediate Release, Easton, Maryland April 15, 2021

FEMA Host COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Restated with Moderna Vaccine
at Easton’s Elks Lodge April 20-22 and April 24-25

The Talbot County Health Department in coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic with Moderna vaccine April 20-22 and April 24-25 at the Easton Elks Lodge #1622 for individuals aged 18 and older.

Appointments for the 1,000 Moderna vaccine can be made at marylandvax.org, the below links, or with assistance by calling the Health Department’s vaccination helpline at 410-819-5641. The helpline is operated Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Information regarding second dose appointments will be given when they arrive for their first dose.

Gov. Larry Hogan and FEMA announced March 29 that these mobile clinics are part of the nation’s first federal mobile COVID-19 vaccination units launching in the State of Maryland.

“We are appreciative that FEMA offered us this opportunity with Moderna vaccine to help bring much needed vaccine availability to our communities,” says Liz Whitby R.N., Infectious Disease Control Program Supervisor for the Talbot County Health Department.

Though everyone 16 years and older is now eligible to be vaccinated, these specific clinics are open to people age 18 years and above because that is the minimum age the Moderna vaccine can be given per its FDA authorization. 16- and 17-year-olds interested in getting vaccinated require the Pfizer vaccine, which is available through the University of Maryland Shore Regional Health and the state-run mass vaccine clinic in Salisbury.

“These federal units complement the vaccine clinics that are currently operating in Talbot County, including those organized by community organizations, our local health care providers, and retail pharmacies,” Dr. Maguire, Talbot County Health Officer, said.

Easton Elks Lodge #1622 is located at 502 Dutchmans Lane in Easton, Md., with appointments required, and vaccinations available on a first-come, first-served basis. The mobile units are designed to provide a minimum of 200 doses per day and include cold storage for vaccine doses, staff office space, and generators. The site also includes parking and a mobile shelter for vaccinations. Hours will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on April 20, 24, and 25, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 21 and 22.

Registration links for FEMA Vaccine Clinics at the Easton Elks Lodge are as follows:
Tuesday, April 20, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.: https://bit.ly/3dkyjik

Wednesday, April 21, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: https://bit.ly/3djRSal

Thursday, April 22, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.: https://bit.ly/3g9Sstj

Saturday, April 24, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.: https://bit.ly/3wXQ8vg

Sunday, April 25, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.: https://bit.ly/3g9Swt3

April 1, 2021 Covid Vaccine Update:

Maryland is now accepting registration for Phase 3 – everyone over the age of 16. Wicomico has ample registration slots available for the vaccine. If you do not have an appointment for a vaccine and can get to Salisbury, please register at the Maryland GoVax link below, after which they will contact you to set up an appointment.

March 18, 2021 Covid Vaccine Update:

The State has opened a Max Vaccination (GoVax) site on the Shore in Salisbury. Anyone in Phases 1A through 1C and now 2A ( 60 and older) can pre-register for this location now and will be contacted when a vaccine is available: More information regarding phasing can be found at this link: State Vaccine Phases


Maryland GoVax Registration

All other local Vaccination sites remain open and can be accessed through this link:

Vaccine Locations for Talbot County Residents

More information regarding Maryland vaccinations, registration and locations can be found here:

Maryland Covid Vaccinations

New to Oxford? 

NEW!  Text to 911 is now available for Emergencies  Talbot County Emergency Services has just announced that in an Emergency when you cannot make an audio call, you can now Text a message to 911. (This service has been set up with the following carriers: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.) 




The Town of Oxford is pleased to have available this year’s annual drinking water report. This report is designed to inform you of the quality of water and services that the town delivers to you every day.

If you live in Oxford’s service area, but do not receive a water bill, please pick up a copy of this 2019 drinking water quality report at the Oxford Town Office or download here.


Complete copies of all ordinances, meeting minutes, maps, and other town records are maintained in the Oxford Town Office. This website, and the partial records shown on this website, are provided as a convenience only. This website is not a repository of official public records of the Town of Oxford.