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(*) Baptist Memorial Hospital
Am I in District 5?
District 5 encompasses the southeast corner of the county as well as a substantial portion of the city of Oxford, including the University Hills, Notting Hill, and Windsor Falls subdivisions; the areas around Baptist
Memorial and between Hwy 6 and Jackson west of the Ole Miss campus; and the major corridors of Highways 7, 9W, and 331.
Map of Lafayette County’s districts
Voting Precincts / Polling Places
If you vote in any of the following polling places, you reside in District 5:
Oxford 5 – Voting Precinct 501, 101 Center Ridge Drive (on Hwy 7 south)
Airport Grocery – Fire Station #3, 15 County Road 369 (near the Hwys 7 & 9 split)
Paris – Fire Station #14, 31 CR 430 (in Paris)
Tula – Fire Station #6, 153 CR 436 (west side of Tula)
May I vote? Where and when?
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Don Mason brings commitment and compassion to his Lafayette County community.
MORE INFORMATION FOR LAFAYETTE COUNTIANS about what their county government does and how it works.
FAIR AND SENSIBLE DEVELOPMENT for Oxford and rural Lafayette County!
PLANNING that benefits families, neighborhoods, community amenities, and rural areas as well as commercial and residential activities.
Prioritizing SMALL BUSINESS and LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS over outside investors and absentee landlords.
Adding AFFORDABLE HOUSING to meet the workforce needs.
Preserving GREENSPACES, woodlands, and wetlands.
HIGH SPEED INTERNET access for everyone in the county.
WELCOMING NEIGHBORHOODS and RURAL AREAS as safe, clean, happy, and healthy places to live.
UPGRADING ROADS, BRIDGES, and RECREATIONAL AREAS to keep pace with growth.
TRANSPORTATION to complement the OUT bus system and enable rural residents to reach destinations within the city of Oxford.
Don understands both the urban and rural areas and needs in Lafayette County.
Don enjoys weekly discussions with friends concerning various issues and perspectives.
Don enjoyed participating in the June 24 forum sponsored by the Upsilon Iota Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Don and Susan enjoyed participating in the July 18 discussion of reasons and ways to extend broadband Internet access to all our county residents.
Don enjoys the support he receives from members of the Wise Women lunch group who meet weekly in Oxford.