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Oxford, located in eastern Sumner County on Highway 160, just 7 miles east of Interstate 35 on the Arkansas River, and just 30 minutes from Wichita. Oxford is home to the Historic Oxford Mill, built in 1874.


Oxford, located in eastern Sumner County on Highway 160, just 7 miles east of Interstate 35 on the Arkansas River, and just 30 minutes from Wichita. Oxford is home to the Historic Oxford Mill, built in 1874.

In the 1930's, Oxford grew due to the boom in the oil business and is still home to several oil related businesses. New housing is under development on the west side of Oxford and sites for commercial and industrial businesses are available.

In 2007, Dave Parks, Artist/Writer, returned to his hometown of Oxford, Kansas, to shoot a music video for his Livin' An American Dream  song. The song represents the value of small town life in rural America and is a testament to the quality of life of this community. 

Oxford is visited the first Saturday after Labor Day for the Watermelon Feed which is abound with activities for children and families, and the last weekend of November when they host Christmas in the Country, a wonderful event held at many homes and businesses throughout town for sampling homemade and handcrafted gifts and crafts galore.

More information can be found at

Major Employers:

Farmer's Coop
Oxford Saw & Mower
Professional Bank Forms (PBF)
Riverview Manor
WD Short Oil Company

Wickman Chemicals 

City of Oxford

115 S. Sumner
Oxford, KS 67119

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Chamber of Commerce

PO Box 841
Oxford, KS 67119

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William Newton Memorial Hospital - Winfield, KS
South Central Kansas Regional Medical Center - Arkansas City


A wide variety of hospitals and medical care facilities are available in Wichita.

Nursing Home/Assisted Living

The Joy Home - 620-455-3224

Riverview Manor - 620-455-2214


Median Age - 44.7
Bilingual - 3.2%
Average One-Way Commute - 22.8 minutes
Median Household Income - $53,875
Education - H.S. Graduation or Higher - 82.9%
Median House value - $90,900
Median Gross Household Rent - $375
Crime Rate - 6 Total Offenses - Kansas Bureau of Investigation 2013

Combined State and Local Sales Tax - 8%

  • State of Kansas - 6.50%

  • Sumner County - 0.5%

  • City of oxford - 1.0%

The Oxford School District USD 358 commits to promoting a healthy lifelong education and inspiring a positive learning environment to empower students for interactive success in a complex society.   The Oxford School District offers grades PK - 12. 

*School Statistics
School Enrollment - 265
Teacher/Student Ratio - 1:9.1
Graduation Rate - 82.4

 *Data supplied by the Kansas Department of Education

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Oxford Public Library

Telephone - 620-455-2221

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Website - Oxford Public Library

Napawalla Park offers camping facilities, covered areas with tables for family and other gatherings, and a wonderful array of toys to play on for kids of all ages. The Napawalla Acoustical Alliance holds a music festival Memorial Day weekend starting on the Thursday before and ending on Sunday. 

Cave Park, located on the east edge of Oxford, has covered areas for cookouts, family and community gatherings. In addition to play areas for kids, Cave Park also offers a scenic view of the Arkansas River and a boat dock for afternoon fun on the river. 

Trying to beat the summer heat?  Enjoy the large swimming pool that Oxford has to offer.  Just the place to enjoy a hot afternoon!

Gas - Kansas Gas Service - 800-794-4780
Water - City of Oxford - 620-455-2223
Trash - City of Oxford - 620-455-2223
Sewer - City of Oxford - 620-455-2223
Electric - City of Oxford - 620-455-2223
Telephone - EMBARQ - 800-877-7746
Cable / Satellite - Charter Communications - 888-600-9472
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  • G & S Electronics - 620-455-2460
  • EMBARQ - 866-304-6820
  • USA Connections - 620-326-8989

Highways -

Us Hwy 160 runs through Oxford. Oxford is 9 miles from interstate 35

Railroad -

The South Kansas and Oklahoma (SKOL) runs through Oxford. The South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad is administered from the Historical Dept, in Cherryvale, Kansas. Operating on more that 404 miles and carrying more than 42,000 loaded railcars, the SKOL serves a diverse customer base. The SKOL is one of the busiest short line operations in the industry.

Airports -
Oxford Municipal Airport
Wellington Municipal Airport
Wichita Mid-Continent Airport

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