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.


Municipal Election - October 27, 2014
Advance Poll - October 18, 2014

Voters' List 2014
The Voters' List of all persons entitled to be electors for municipal elections in this municipality has been prepared by the Clerk's Office. As of September 2, 2014 all electors should ensure their names and relevant information are correct on the Voters' List. Please click here for more information.
(posted August 25, 2014)

Updated Development Charges By-Law 1850-2014
(posted August 20, 2014)

Guide to Rural Emergency Preparedness
(posted August 12, 2014)

Mayor's Report
(posted July 14, 2014)

Parks & Recreation Master Plan - Final Version
(posted May 16, 2014)

Information Oxford
Information Oxford provides information relevant to Oxford County residents, as well as promoting local businesses, organization, events and services. For more information please visit www.informationoxford.ca or dial 211.
(posted May 8, 2014)

Notice of Study of Completion
Township of Blandford-Blenheim Hofstetter Road Extension & Bridge 25 Closure Municipal Class Environmental Assessment
(posted April 24, 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)

2014 Budget
(posted February 14, 2014)

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

Notice of Nomination of Candidates
(posted December 12, 2013)

Information on Coyotes