Navigating around the site
Wherever you are in the site, you can click the Oxfordshire County Council logo in the top left hand corner to get back to the homepage.
As you navigate through the site, you'll see a horizontal line of links. This is known as a "breadcrumb" trail, and shows whereabouts on the website you are. Use these links to find your way back up the website structure.
If there are specific contact details for a page or section, a contact link will appear below the main menu on the right side of the screen. Alternatively, see our main contact us page.
Changing the appearance of the site
Our website supports other methods you may use to make websites more clearly visible (such as making all your fonts large or using your own stylesheet). If you encounter a problem, contact Web Services and we will look into it.
Making web pages easier to read
The BBC have an excellent series of guides about how to change your computer settings to make things easier to read. BBC accessibility guides.
The search box appears at the top right of every page.
More specific searches
By default, if you put more than one word in your search, the results page will show pages which include either of those words, but pages that contain both terms will be listed first.
To search for an exact phrase, put the terms in speech marks, e.g "bus passes".
Can't find what you searched for?
Not everything the council publishes online is covered by our search. If you can't find what you're looking for, try these other search pages:
- Committee papers
- Library catalogue
- Heritage Search
- Planning applications that the county council decides
We have lots of PDF document files on our website. These are are always labelled. This means you'll always know that a link leads to a PDF before you click it and how large the file is.
To view PDF files, you'll need software such as Adobe Reader on your computer. This software is free to download.
Anything over 1 MB (1,000 KB) could be considered large, and may take some time to download on slow Internet connections.