Visiting Uptown Oxford
Uptown Oxford features on-street metered parking, as well as a garage and parking lot. Meters are active Monday through Saturday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM unless otherwise posted.
- Uptown Parking Lot, 21 North Main Street – get directions »
- Uptown Parking Garage (meters active 24/7), 6 West Walnut Street – get directions »
The City of Oxford offers smart meters on East High Street between Main Street and Poplar Street and in the Uptown Parking Lot.
The City of Oxford has partnered with ParkMobile to provide contactless payments for all parking meters, including non-smart meters. Maximum parking durations still apply.
When weather is good you will also have access to e-scooters at two designated parking areas located just off High Street at North Beech Street and East Park Place.
Visiting Miami University
- The City of Oxford offers two- and ten-hour meters along South Campus Avenue. Meters are active Monday through Saturday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM unless otherwise posted.
- Miami University also has parking areas available. Find out more on the Miami Parking Areas page »
Students and Residents
Most single-family homes in Oxford have on-site parking for residents. Many neighborhoods also feature on-street parking for residents and visitors. Some neighborhoods have Residential Permit Parking restrictions.
Uptown Business Employees
The City of Oxford encourages Uptown business employees to park at 10-hour meters surrounding the Uptown area. The 10-hour meters can be found in the Uptown Parking Lot and on Church Street and Walnut Street. Staff should not park in the 2-hour meters. These meters are meant for customer parking and to encourage residents and visitors to come into our town.
Employees may also park in the Uptown Parking Garage, paying either at the meters, using the ParkMobile app, or purchasing a parking pass. Passes can be purchased at the Oxford Police Station, or you can request information by calling (513) 524-5240 or emailing email@example.com. Garage parking passes sell out quickly each year.
As our deployment of smart meters increases, we envision stronger enforcement of the two-hour limit.