Welcome

Located in the heartland of Southwestern Ontario Blandford-Blenheim offers all of the conveniences of urban living while enjoying the serenity of country life. Our location and proximity to many large economic centers close to Hwy 401 and Hwy 403 make Blandford-Blenheim an ideal place to live, work, and visit.

The Township is located in Oxford County, and has a population of approximately 7,359. The Township was almalgamated in 1975 from the historic County Townships of Blandford and Blenheim. Prominent communities within the Township include Bright, Drumbo, Plattsville, Princeton, and Washington.

Welcome, and please come and explore our beautiful landscapes, rich history, thriving communities, and prosperous businesses.

News


It is the responsibility of every elector to make sure they are eligible to vote - www.voterlookup.ca is the easiest and most efficient way for electors to confirm they are on the Preliminary List of Electors for the upcoming municipal and school board elections. Click the 'On the List to Vote?' buttom above to give it a try!
(posted April 1, 2014)

Pte. Tyler Todd Memorial Hockey Tournament
Congratulations to all of the organizers and volunteers who did such a great job putting on the Pte. Tyler Todd  Memorial Hockey Tournament at the Plattsville Arena.  The event raised $45,000 for Wounded Warriors! Thank you to the community who supported such a great event!
(posted April 14, 2014)

Request for Proposal 2014-81-01 One Fire Truck Triple Combination Pumper
(posted April 4, 2014)

Request for Proposal - Simulcast Digital Two-Way Communication System
(posted April 4, 2014)

2014/2015 Oxford County Waste Management Calendar
(posted April 4, 2014)

2014 Nominations for the Thames Valley District School Board, the London District Catholic School Board and Conseil Scolaire Catholique Providence
Pursuant to the provisions of Ontario Regulation 412/00, section 11 (3), the City of Woodstock will be responsible for receiving nominations for persons to be elected as school board members for the following school boards:

- Thames Valley District School Board – two positions available;

- The London District Catholic School Board – one position available; and

- The Conseil scolaire Catholique Providence – one position available for the counties of Oxford, Perth and Grey.
(posted April 3, 2014)

Letter of Congratulations from Deputy Mayor Tom Simpson Re: Pee Wee All Ontario 2014 Champions
(posted April 3, 2014)

Notice of Water Main Flushing
Bright - April 3, 2014
Drumbo/Princeton - April 14 - 16, 2014
Plattsville - April 22 - 24, 2014
(posted March 14, 2014)

2014 Budget
(posted February 14, 2014)

Princeton Wastewater Servicing Study / Class EA
(posted February 4, 2014)

Notice of Oxford-Waterloo Bridge Repairs
(posted January 24, 2014)

Power Outages - What To Do?
Most power outages will be over almost as soon as they begin, but some can last much longer - up to days or even weeks. Read this article to find out about how to prepare your home, evacuation procedures, what to do after the power returns as well as many other topics.
(posted January 24, 2014)

So You Want to Run for Council?
This course, offered through the Municipal Council Education Program (MCEP) site, will provide an overview of what you need to know before you decide to run for municipal office and what you should know to begin your candidacy.
(posted December 13, 2013)

Winter Parking Notice

(posted December 13, 2013)

Notice of Nomination of Candidates

(posted December 12, 2013)

Notice of Construction - Plattsville Drainage Works Phase II - Update
(posted November 27, 2013)

Do You Work in the Construction Industry?
If you work in construction, the rules for mandatory WSIB coverage have changed. Find out more by visiting www.needwsibcoverage.ca.
(posted November 26, 2013)

Caution for Township Property Owners
MPAC has become aware that a person or people are placing phone calls to property owners claiming to represent MPAC and asking for personal information. MPAC has reported these incident to the OPP. MPAC does not make calls to collect personal information. If you receive a phone call from anyone claiming to represent  MPAC and requesting personal information, please do not provide it. If you have any questions or receive such calls, please call MPAC’s Customer Contact Centre at 1 877 635-6722.
(posted September 12, 2013)

Information on Coyotes