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Oxfordshire County Council

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Oxfordshire County Council is responsible for 80% of the local government services in the county. This includes children’s services, some education services, fire and rescue, libraries and museums, roads, social care, trading standards and waste disposal.

For 2015/16 the council has set an overall budget of £831.4 million.  We need to spend £574.6 million during 2015/16 on the provision of services.

Oxfordshire County Council is controlled by the Conservative Independent Alliance Group and its decision-making body is called the Cabinet.

Pages in this section

How the council is organised

The management of Oxfordshire County Council.

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Meetings and decisions

Find out about upcoming council, cabinet and committee meetings and important decisions.

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Cabinet

All key decisions at Oxfordshire County Council are made by members of the Cabinet.

Plans, performance, policies

Download plans and policies designed to ensure we keep improving.

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Corporate governance

Documents and policies relating to corporate governance at Oxfordshire County Council.

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Councillors

Find out about your county councillor, what councillors do and how you can become a councillor.

One Oxfordshire

Find out more about proposals to reorganise public services in Oxfordshire.

One Oxfordshire

Success stories

We are proud of the services and support we offer to the citizens of Oxfordshire

The Constitution

The Constitution sets out the rules and procedures under which the council operates.

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Managers and departments

Contact information for senior managers and departments.

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