To help businesses re-open while protecting the public from the spread of COVID-19, the City of Oxford has passed an ordinance that requires all employees and customers to wear a face covering when entering any business.
Highlights to Know When Visiting:
- Wear a mask (face covering, bandana, etc.) when entering ANY business
- Observe social distancing requirements
For an updated listing of what services your favorite restaurants are offering, click here.
- Customers are not allowed to congregate in waiting areas
- Wear your mask into the restaurant. You can remove it after you’ve been seated.
- Restaurant seating capacity has been reduced to 50% or less
- No more than 6 people per table
For an updated listing of your favorite retailers, click here.
- Wear your face covering while shopping.
For an updated listing of local hotels, click here.
- Wear your face covering when entering the building and in public spaces.
For now, the following attractions are closed:
- Rowan Oak
- University Museum
- Burns-Belfry Museum and Multicultural Center
- LQC Lamar House
- Double Decker Bus Tours
- Local parks: playgrounds, pavilions and restrooms are closed while walking trails remain open
Visit Oxford Virtually
Before you make your trip, check out these virtual options so you can plan your itinerary!
Download the Oxford Walking Tour Guide.