Director of Communications


Oxford City Hall

145 Hamric Drive E

Oxford, AL  36203

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm

Phone 256-241-3482


Facebook: @oxfordala
Twitter: @CityOfOxfordAL
Instagram: @oxfordalabama


Dedicated to promoting and supporting various offices within the City of Oxford, the Communications Department also provides information on mayoral initiatives, City-sponsored activities, and connects our municipal government with the businesses, visitors, and residents it serves.

The staff manages media relations, city websites, the city magazine, social media channels, video production, marketing, and branding.

What We Do

•   Oxford Access Magazine•   Oxford Spotlight Podcast•   Social Media
•   Content Creation
•   Photography & Videography
•   City Event Coverage
•   Media Releases
•   Public Communications
•   City Department Marketing 

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Oxford Access Magazine

There’s no place like Oxford—and no one brings the city to life like Oxford Access magazine. Oxford Access is an informative, entertaining, and elegant reflection of the City of Oxford, Alabama. It is a quarterly publication put together by the city’s marketing department. Oxford Access is printed in 10,000 copies quarterly. Approximately 9,300 copies are mailed to residential mailboxes while the remaining magazines are available for pickup in strategic locations throughout the city. Editions are published for Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Residential households within Oxford’s city limits receive the magazine free of charge. 


Please click the images below to view our Oxford Access Digital Magazines:

Fall 2020

Summer 2020

Winter 2020

Fall 2019

Summer 2019

Spring 2019

Winter 2018

Fall 2018

Spring/Summer 2018

Winter 2017

Fall 2017

Summer 2017

Spring 2017

Winter 2016 - 2017

Fall 2016

Summer 2016

Spring 2016


Instagram Feed

“The Junior League of Anniston-Calhoun along with the Trafficking Hope of Oxford were presented with a Proclamation for the City of Oxford becoming a Trafficking Free Zone. The TFZ Proclamation to be passed by the City is such an important reminder that the trafficking of children, as well as adults, will not be tolerated within the City of Oxford and a rallying point for all segments of the community from public to private to take steps to prevent, to recognize, and to respond to indicators of trafficking, potential victims, and perpetrators. The TFZ will train everyone in the community starting with city employees and first responders. It's important to educate them on what sex trafficking looks like in their community, how to identify a potential victim or trafficking situation, and where to report those suspicions. Outstanding job by Jaclyn Willis of the EMACC.” @chiefbpartridge #oxforpd #EMACC

Teddy from @bracesbybenton says to read about him and much more in the new Oxford Access magazine!

This week is #NationalPoliceWeek and we couldn’t be more proud of our Oxford Police Department. They protect and serve our city and go above and beyond in everything they do. THANK YOU OPD!

Today is #InternationalFirefightersDay and we want to thank the Oxford Fire Department for serving our city so selflessly. You guys are the best of the best!

May is "Get Caught Reading" month! Leaders all over the city (even the Mayor!) have been caught reading. They all understand how important reading is in everyday life. Join them and learn more at: