Oxford is known as, "A Place to Live, a Town to Love". Oxford is one of the fastest growing communities in all of Connecticut.
A short drive to major Connecticut highways, a bustling industrial park, the Waterbury-Oxford Airport, new grand developments and stunning showcase homes all make Oxford's transition from a sleepy farm town to vibrant and promising suburb possible.
Oxford has been identified by the Connecticut Economic Resource Center as prime area for ventures in financial services, pharmaceuticals, biomedical, health care, business services, manufacturing, software development, etc. The town already supports a diverse and strong commercial base.
The rolling hills of Oxford are dotted with fresh subdivisions, adult communities and single-family home neighborhoods. These neighborhoods share space with older farmhouses, a working dairy farm and historic New England buildings.
Outdoor attractions include a horseback riding trail, lovely parks and lakes. Jackson cove offers a town beach and boat launch.
Comfortable travel to employment, shopping and culture is provided by easy access to Routes 34, 188, 67 and Interstate 84.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||2.45 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||396.9|
|Household Size (people)||2.82|
|Households w/ Children||33.51 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||3.11 %|
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The educational climate index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s Socioeconomic Status (SES) measure. Factors in this measure are income, educational achievement and occupation of persons within a ZIP code. Because this measure is based on the population of an entire ZIP code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.
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OXFORD CENTER SCHOOL
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OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL
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