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The M.P.P. (Provincial) for Oxford County is Ernie Hardeman. His Constituency Office is located at 12 Perry Street, Woodstock. His telephone number is 519-537-5222.
The M.P. (Federal) for Oxford County is Dave MacKenzie. His Constituency Office is located at 208 Huron Street, Woodstock. His telephone number is 519-421-7690.
The landfill is located on Salford Road, south of Highway 401 and east of Highway 19.
Their hours of operation are:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Sundays and Statutory Holidays: Closed
Gates are closed at the end of the business day. Late deliveries are not accepted.
The Salford Landfill site telephone number is found in the Blue Pages under County of Oxford: 519-485-1516.
The Motor Vehicle Licencing Office is located at 3-925 Dundas Street. This is also the location for Handicapped Parking Permits. Their number is 519-537-3662. The telephone number for the Driver Examination Centre is 519-539-9300 and they are located at 476 Peel Street.
The City of Woodstock Zoning Bylaw has numerous regulations, see the Municipal Code for more information.
The phone number for the Pollution Control Plant is (519) 537-8531.
The phone number for the Better Business Bureau is (519) 673-3222.
The phone number for Woodstock Hydro is 519-537-3488.
The phone number for Theatre Woodstock at the Market is (519) 537-2582.
The phone number for the Woodstock Fair Board is (519) 537-8212.
The phone number for the Small Business Centre is (519) 421-2129.
The phone number for the Provincial Offences Court is (519) 537-4890.
The phone number for the Post Office is (519) 537-3131.
The phone number for the Land Registry Office is (519) 537-6286.
The phone number for the Downtown Woodstock BIA is (519) 537-5721.
The phone number for the Credit Bureau is (519) 539-8196.
The phone number for the Court House is (519) 539-6187.
The phone number for the Chamber of Commerce is (519) 539-9411.
The phone number for HRDC (Employment Centre) is (519) 539-8161.
The use must cease or alternatively an application for minor variance to the Zoning Bylaw must be made. If the application is not approved, the use must cease.
Typically a permit is not required unless physical alterations such as partitioning or plumbing work is done.