Resources

More information that might help you

365 Alive

365alive is a Fire and Rescue Service initiative which aims to promote a safer community for everyone through safety education and prevention work.

Age UK Oxfordshire

Age UK Oxfordshire provides Information and advice for older people and the elderly about benefits, isolation, care, age discrimination, activities and events.

Emergency planning

Find out how to prepare for emergencies and the ways the council's emergency planning unit and the emergency services can help in the event of an crisis.

Fix My Street

Find and report road or street problems via Fix my Street.

Grit bin map

Find your nearest grit bin. (Once you have clicked the link, click "Other layers" then select the "Salt bins" layer)

Gritting updates

Salting, gritting and snow clearance updates.

Live Well Oxfordshire

Support services across Oxfordshire for adults (18+), families and carers.

Oxfordshire Flood Toolkit

Find out if you are at risk from flooding and how to protect your family and property.

Oxfordshire Public Health

A team of professionals whose role is to improve and protect the health of local residents.

Oxfordshire Trading Standards

Advice and information for consumers, and businesses in Oxfordshire.

Oxfordshire roads and transport

Find out about travel and road maintenance in Oxfordshire.

Recycle for Oxfordshire

Find out how to save up to £60 per month by wasting less food?

Register a death

A sympathetic, helpful and considerate service to help you register a death online.

Rubbish and recycling collections

Information including collection times, what to put in your bins, and bulky waste collection.

School closures

When flooding or heavy snow and ice are present, headteachers can occasionally take the decision that it is not safe for a school to open. In such circumstances schools are asked to notify the county council of their decision and this page is updated.

Weather warnings

The Met Office will always issue yellow, amber or red warnings for weather that is likely to cause problems. Rain, ice and frost, snow, fog and high winds can all cause the Met Office to issue such warnings and they'll always give advice about action you should take.