Christmas Parade

A decision regarding a weather delay of the Christmas parade will not be made until 12 noon on Monday by the Lions Club. We will post that information here when we know it.

Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues

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The Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues Regular Meetings: First Wednesday of every other month at 11:30 am in the basement conference room of city hall. Meetings are open to the public; however, interested visitors to the Commission should first contact the Mayor’s office at 662-232-2340 to confirm the meeting occurrence.

The City of Oxford is fully committed to the inclusion of all community members and visitors in everything that makes Oxford special. The Mayor’s Commission on Disability Issues monitors disability-related access and inclusion within the City of Oxford. With input from the Oxford community, the Commission provides guidance and support to the City regarding ADA compliance of businesses and city programs.

The City of Oxford heartily supports and enforces the Americans with Disabilities Act and the International Building Code, including the American National Standards Institute’s ANSI-1A117.1 guidelines for creating accessible and usable physical environments. A Certificate of Occupancy will not be issued until an ADA inspection by the City’s ADA compliance officer is completed and the facility is determined to be in compliance with the above regulations. A tax benefit may be available for certain types of building renovation. For more information on this possible benefit, please see http://www.ada.gov/taxincent.pdf.

The City of Oxford also actively encourages accessibility for all residential construction by asking builders and developers to follow the 7 Principles of Universal Design, which encourage the design of an environment that can be accessed and used by the greatest extent possible by all people, regardless of their ability or disability. A copy of the Universal Design Guidelines can be found here. Homes built with Universal Design features require very little cost and are finding increasingly broader appeal in today’s real estate market.

For more information, questions, ideas or concerns about accessibility, please contact Judy Pettit, the City’s ADA Compliance Officer at 662-816-8827 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Mr. Adam Brown, Vice Chair
662-816-8594
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Ms. Zane Davis
662-234-4626

Mr. Milton James
662-816-2973
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Mr. Andrew Moak
662-816-9879
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Stacey Reycraft – Chairperson
662-281-8142
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Mr. Cameron Stubbs
601-720-5121
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Robin Yekaitis, Secretary
662-549-2871
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Ex Officio Members

Janice Antonow, Alderman Ward 3, City of Oxford
662-234-8486
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Randy Barber, Building Manager,
City of Oxford
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662-232-2342

Judy Daniel, City Planner, City of Oxford
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662-232-2305

Judy Pettit
ADA Compliance Officer, City of Oxford
662-816-8827
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Braxton Tullos, HR Director, Coordinator ADA and Title VI, City of Oxford
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