Ontario Supports Modernization of Small and Rural Communities

Province helps improve delivery of critical programs and services in Oxford

[WOODSTOCK] — The Ontario government is providing over $28 million to help 322 small and rural municipalities find better and more efficient ways to deliver local services for residents and businesses. The funding is being delivered through the Municipal Modernization Program and will support the following projects in Oxford:

  • Oxford County Digital Risk Management and Information System Implementation
  • Oxford County Subsidized Housing Operations Optimization Review
  • Oxford County Emergency Notification and Communications Software Implementation
  • Oxford County Long-Term Care Nutritional Services Review
  • Oxford County Modernizing Archival Records Access Solution
  • Oxford County Automated Long-Term Care Scheduling Solution Implementation
  • Oxford County Disability Management Digitization
  • Tillsonburg Planning and Development Service Delivery Review
  • Tillsonburg Municipal Management Intern
  • Tillsonburg Automated Business Directory Application Implementation
  • Tillsonburg Waste Management Service Delivery Solutions
  • Woodstock Human Resources Information System and Payroll Enterprise Resource Planning Modernization

The following joint projects will also be supported:

  • East Zorra Tavistock and other local partner municipalities Joint Cloud Permitting Software Implementation
  • Oxford County, Ingersoll and Tillsonburg Joint Accounts Payable Digitization Implementation
  • Tillsonburg and several partners Joint Fire Service Modernization Program

“The funding for these projects will help municipalities in Oxford to make sure their services are offered in an efficient and convenient way for the people that need them,” said Ernie Hardeman, MPP for Oxford. “These projects will help streamline processes, and modernize, and improve service delivery, which is a benefit to everyone.”