Oxford Citizens Invited to Give Input on Streetscape

Citizens that have ideas for the streetscape being designed for downtown Oxford will want to attend the open house that will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 16 from 4-7 p.m. at downtown Oxford’s ArtCapsule Gallery & Frame (5 S. Washington St.) Back in July, the Downtown Development Authority authorized spending $52,500 to develop a design to make the streetscape more pedestrian-friendly and help slow motor vehicle traffic. Since nothing has been decided yet, this open house will allow locals to speak up in an information-gathering meeting to make the downtown more visually appealing as well as walkable.


“This is a big project,” said Oxford Village Councilman Kevin Stephison, who also chairs DDA board. “We need everyone’s input on it, so we can make an informed decision.”

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