COVID-19 Update

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by COVID-19 and the strange, uncertain situation we now find ourselves in because of it. We are consistently impressed and inspired by the way the Oxford community has come together during this trying time, from sharing supportive messages online to businesses offering free meals for kids. Our town is a special one and we know that together we're not only going to get through this, but we'll also come out even stronger.

Below we've listed some information to give you a better idea of what Enjoy Oxford is doing during this time and what options are still available to you in town.

Is the Enjoy Oxford office open right now?

Enjoy Oxford is following Governor DeWine's Stay Home order, issued March 22nd. Visitor bureaus are not deemed essential at this time and as such we have closed the office until the Stay Home order is lifted.

However, the Enjoy Oxford staff is working from home and is therefore available if you need to get in touch with us. Email us at or message us through any of our social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

What is Enjoy Oxford working on right now?

Enjoy Oxford's small but mighty team is working diligently behind the scenes. We are continuing to move forward with several of our big projects, such as the annual Uptown Concert Series, the Red Brick Reunion Porsche Car Show, and a new Black History Self-Guided tour to be released this summer.

We are conducting daily virtual meetings with each other in order to touch base and brainstorm about new, exciting ideas to engage the town. Additionally, we have not abandoned our goal to help Oxford's economy thrive, including our hotel partners. Now more than ever we are keeping our ears to the ground in order to share updates from local businesses. We encourage you to follow us on our social media channels in order to see this information as it's shared.

Are all events in Oxford canceled?

Many events in Oxford have been canceled or postponed due to the Governor's Stay Home order. Some events are being offered virtually, while others continue uninterrupted, such as our Saturday morning Farmer's Market. Please feel free to look at our community calendar, which we are doing our best to update daily.

Note: If you go out in public, please continue to practice physical distancing (remaining six feet away from others at all time) while also washing your hands constantly and avoiding touching your face.

Is it safe to walk around outside?

As of March 26, 2020, it is still safe to walk around outside and is in fact encouraged as a good form of exercise. It is important to remember physical distancing rules and to go out alone or only with the people living in your household. We recommend taking a self-guided walking tour or taking a stroll around the community park.

What dining options are available?

Many of Oxford's restaurants are still open for takeout and delivery (many through Oxford to You).

The Butler County Visitor's Bureau has a list of every restaurant in Butler County and the services they're currently offering. With everything changing so rapidly right now, we recommend that you also call ahead to double-check hours and service availability.

Public Health Resources

City of Oxford - Local Community Response to COVID-19
Butler County Visitor Bureau - Travel Advisory & Updates
Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Updated 12:40 PM EST, March 26, 2020

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