NOTICE OF 2022 SPRING ELECTION CYCLE

Spring Election – Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Spring Primary (if necessary) – Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Click here for information: NOTICE OF SPRING ELECTION TRUSTEES 2022 PDF

Nomination & Campaign Papers:

Ballot Access Checklist:  ELIS-7 Ballot Access Checklist – Spring 2022 – Municipal-Nomination Papers (Rev. 2021-07).pdf (wi.gov)

Campaign Registration Certificate:  CF-1_Registration_Statement.pdf (wi.gov)

Declaration of Candidacy: FOR OFFICE USE ONLY (wi.gov)

Candidacy Note: State of Wisconsin \ Elections Board

Nomination Papers: NOMINATION PAPER FOR NONPARTISAN OFFICE (wi.gov)

Click on the following links for election information:

http://www.co.marquette.wi.us/government/election-information

http://elections.wi.gov/

https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

Voting in Wisconsin and the Voter Photo Identification Law Information: State of Wisconsin

Polls will be open Tuesday, April 5, 2022 from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Click here for Absentee Voting information: (please check back later for posted information)

 


Public Awareness Announcement Regarding Termites

There have been a few reported cases of termite infestation and activity within the Village of Oxford.

Below are some possible signs of termite activity

  • Discolored or drooping drywall
  • Peeling paint that resembles water damage
  • Wood that sounds hollow when tapped
  • Small, pinpoint holes in drywall
  • Buckling wooden or laminate floor boards
  • Tiles loosening from the added moisture termites can introduce to your floor
  • Excessively squeaky floorboards
  • Crumbling, damaged wood
  • Stuck windows or doors
  • Maze-like patterns in furniture, floor boards or walls
  • Mounds of drywood termite pellets, often resembling small piles of salt or pepper
  • Piles of wings left behind after swarms, often resembling fish scales
  • Mud tubes climbing the foundation of your home
  • Flying termite swarms anywhere on your property

 

Below are links to possible resources for termite information (not an official endorsement by the Village of Oxford), but it is not a complete list of extermination service providers available.  If any resident suspects a termite infestation in their home, the Village strongly encourages the resident to contact a licensed exterminator for an inspection.

What are the Signs of a Termite Infestation? | Orkin

Top 5 Termite Signs to Look for in the Home | Terminix

 

Possible tips for termite prevention:

Start with reducing all soil-to-wood contact around your house. Remove all lumber, wood, plants, mulch, paper, cardboard, etc., from around the foundation. Create a 4-inch barrier between mulch and your home. Keep plants a few feet away from your home for the best termite prevention.

 


COVID-19 & Facial Covering Mandate Update and Village Operations

COVID-19, FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR EMPLOYEES & ALL VILLAGE RESIDENTS

The Oxford Public Library and Oxford Village Clerk’s Office will be open to the public beginning May 17, 2021 with the following restrictions:

  1. The Library will be restricting the number of patrons in the Library at one time;
  2. Masks will be required inside the building at all times;
  3. The restrooms will not be open to the public; and
  4. The Community Room will remain closed to the public until the mealsite program starts up again.

We are also here to assist all Village Residents via phone 608-586-4488 or email [email protected]

Public Works Department: 608-586-4100

Oxford Public Library: 608-586-4458

Oxford Police Department
Non-Emergency 608-586-4428 or
[email protected]

Emergency – Call 911

Thank You
Village of Oxford Staff

Please visit Marquette County WI website for Covid-19 State & County Updates, https://www.co.marquette.wi.us

Shannon McMullin,
Clerk-Treasurer

 


Monthly Warning Siren Test

A monthly test of the Village’s emergency warning siren is scheduled for the first Monday of each month at approximately 6:10 PM.  In the event of severe weather, the siren will only be sounded in the event of an actual emergency.