The city of Oxford was incorporated on May 11, 1837. Oxford and Lafayette County is the home for the University of Mississippi and located 60 minutes southeast of Memphis TN. Oxford has been referred to as “North Mississippi’s Cultural Center.” Oxford and Lafayette County enjoys a well-deserved reputation as the place to live for a quality of life that is sought by the rest of the nation. As one of the top 10 small towns to live in the nation, we think that you will enjoy your stay, be it a day or a lifetime. Oxford and Lafayette County offers a college town atmosphere with the amenities that you would expect, from educational to athletic to social events. From William Faulkner to Willie Morris, the local writer’ community is an example of the fertile history of the area. The Public School systems are rated as some of the best in the state. Unemployment is consistently the lowest in the state. The growth and economic opportunities can almost be felt as you walk around the Square or the Grove or the Circle. Southern hospitality is alive and well in Oxford and Lafayette County. Oxford is a great place to live, raise a family, retire or just to visit. Come see what we are talking about for yourself.

University of Mississippi www.olemiss.edu
Oxford Chamber of Commerce www.oxfordms.com
City of Oxford www.oxfordms.net
Tourism Council of Oxford www.touroxfordms.com
Weather Channel online www.weather.com

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