Rural Oxford

South-West Oxford

Aerial photo of Oxford Hill in South-West Oxford.
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About South-West Oxford

Nestled in the heart of rural South-Western Ontario, the Township of South-West Oxford offers many of the conveniences of urban living while enjoying the serenity of country life. The Township includes the communities of Beachville, Brownsville, Centreville, Culloden, Delmer, Dereham Centre, Foldens, Mount Elgin, Ostrander, Salford, Sweaburg and Verschoyle.

The Township has a strategic location with and proximity to many large economic centers via Highway 401 which runs across the north end of the Township and Highway 19 which connects the Township to the Town of Ingersoll to the north and the Town of Tillsonburg to the south.

South-West Oxford Communities

Mt. Elgin

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Doing Business in South-West Oxford

With a population of 7664, and just over 149 businesses and 357 farms, the South-West Oxford community understands the needs of business and agriculture – but also community.  With farming practices built up with generations of experience, to manufacturing and delicious locally-made maple products – there’s plenty of experience here.

From hiring to financing and everything in between, Oxford County is a place for businesses to grow. Fall in love with one of our towns, or enjoy wide open spaces.

It’s not just businesses that benefit in South-West Oxford. We have an unemployment rate of just 3%, which is far lower than the provincial average.

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