The Corporation of The Township of South - West Oxford is a municipality located in south western Ontario, at the south west side of Oxford County, and serves as a regional centre for industry, commerce, and recreation.
The Township oversees 87,588 acres with a population of 7,544 and we have Canada's busiest highway (highway 401) in our front yard! With a rich agricultural heritage please stop by and enjoy our diverse Township. The Township was amalgamated in 1975 from the historic County Townships of Beachville, Dereham, and West Oxford.
Nestled in the heart of rural South-Western Ontario, the Township of South-West Oxford offers many of the conveniences of urban living while enjoying the serenity of country life. The Township includes the communities of Beachville, Brownsville, Centreville, Culloden, Delmer, Dereham Centre, Foldens, Mount Elgin, Ostrander, Salford, Sweaburg and Verschoyle. The Township has a strategic location with and proximity to many large economic centers via Highway 401 which runs across the north end of the Township and Highway 19 which connects the Township to the Town of Ingersoll to the north and the Town of Tillsonburg to the south.