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 *UPDATED August 10, 2020*

The TRI Community Center is OPEN to the public. The fitness area is available by reservation only due to physical distance requirements. The basketball gym is available for use by individuals or members of the same household, but no group play is permitted yet. Please contact the office at 513-523-6314 for additional details or to make a reservation. All memberships to the TRI Center were automatically extended by 11 weeks to account for the 11 weeks we were closed. Per Oxford City Ordinance, masks are required inside the building, unless the customer is activity exercising/playing sports, has an exempted condition, or other practical reason for not wearing one. 

The opening of the new Attic Teen Center was postponed. More details will be released when they’re available about rescheduling this opening. 
The Oxford Aquatic Center is open. Public swim times will be as follows: Monday-Friday 12:00-3:00pm (Closed 3-4pm for cleaning) and 4:00-7:00pm. Saturdays 11:00am-2:00pm and 3:00-6:00pm. Sundays 1:00-5:00pm (one session only Sundays). Each swim time will have a maximum of 250 people permitted inside the facility. General admission costs are $8 for adults, $5 for children (2-17), and $6 for seniors (60+).  Season memberships will not be sold for 2020. Each session requires separate admission charges. 
Youth sports: Some team/league play is being permitted. Flag football and adult softball leagues this fall are operating as scheduled, but following state and local health department guidelines. Fall SAY Soccer is also operating under restricted guidelines.   
Here is a link to the August 1 guidelines regarding sports released by the state of Ohio: 
Outdoor facilities and sports courts, such as the playgrounds and basketball courts, are all OPEN!. Northside Bark Dog Park is also open again! Baseball and soccer fields are available for individual/household use, but all organized groups or activities must be approved by Oxford Parks and Recreation.  
Outdoor trails and walking/bike paths remain open for use. Please maintain social/physical distancing when using outdoor facilities, and follow CDC Guidelines for cleanliness. Ensure you do not have any symptoms related to COVID-19 prior to using any outdoor facilities. 

Stay Active, but Stay Healthy!


Director / General Questions:

Casey Wooddell -


Sports Contacts:

Jake Richardson -

Dustin VanWinkle -


Programs/Aquatics Contacts:

Ryan Himes -

Emily Sollenberger -


Preschool Contacts:

Jessica James -


General Questions / Receptionists:

Deanna Barbour -

Darlene Hacker -