Oxford-Ohoka Community Board
The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board covers the township of Oxford and the surrounding areas of Ohoka, West Eyreton, Mandeville and Swannanoa. The area has a population of 11,650.
7th Feb 2019 at 07:00 pm
Oxford-Ohoka Community at Ohoka Community Hall
The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board was formed in October 2016 with 8 elected Board Members. Two Oxford-Ohoka ward councillors are also appointed to the Board by the Council giving a total of eight members.
The purpose of a community board is to represent and act as an advocate for the interests of its community on a local level.
The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board is not the Council nor is it a committee of the Council. The Board works collaboratively with the Council to achieve community goals.
The Board works closely with local community groups and residents to understand their priorities and concerns. The Board advocates for your interests through submissions, feedback and discussion with the Council and other decision making authorities.
If you are a resident, or part of a local community group who wish to raise any concerns or issues, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Board for advice and help (see below).