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Upcoming Events


Friday, February 10, 2023

The Magic of Bill Blagg LIVE!

The MAGIC of BILL BLAGG LIVE! tour comes to the Oxford Performing Arts Center for one show only! Critics and audiences alike rave about Bill’s interactive magic & jaw-dropping illusions that will have you rubbing your eyes in disbelief. Blagg’s show combines his mind-blowing magical talents along with his trademark off-the-cuff personality to take you on a magical journey you’ll never forget! You’ll witness objects float in mid-air, vanish in the blink of an eye and so much more! The MAGIC of BILL BLAGG LIVE! is more than a magic show, it’s an interactive magic experience! He’s changing reality one city at a time and Oxford, AL is next!

Tuesday, February 14, 2023

City Council Meeting

The Oxford City Council meets every month on the second and fourth Tuesday. The City Council Work Session begins at 6:00 p.m., followed by the City Council Meeting at 6:30 p.m.


Saturday, February 18, 2023

An Evening of Love and Light with David Phelps, Chloƫ Agnew and The Atlanta Pops

A Return Evening with David Phelps and Chloë Agnew and the Atlanta Pops Orchestra A longtime friend of OPAC and the Atlanta Pops, Chloë Agnew will once again join with David Phelps and bring their remarkable talents back to OPAC.  With incredible vocals and unparalleled charm the duo comes together with duets and new songs that will bring the audience to their feet. The Atlanta Pops will create a backdrop of lush musical sounds with the duo; along with their own versions of music yet to come. Join the Atlanta Pops for another fantastic evening of light and love for the month of February

Residents can report a problem by submitting the form. Some examples of city service requests:

Tree limbs down causing a hazard
Potholes, curbs or sidewalks that need repair
Garbage collection
Animal control
Stop sign down
Street lights out
Building Code complaints

Reports for service are entered into a computer program, sent to the responsible department, and tracked to a resolution

Citizens are notified by text, phone call, or email when the situation is resolved