Expansion and Renovation of the Historic Oxford County Courthouse

Date: 12/20/2021

The Maine Judicial Branch announced today that a video slideshow and information on the historic Oxford County Courthouse expansion and renovation project is available to be viewed on the Judicial Branch website. The newly-constructed addition and renovation have been open to the public since completion in 2020.

In a message recognizing completion of the project, Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) Chief Justice Valerie Stanfill said, "We had hoped to hold an in-person event this year to celebrate completion of the project, but are taking safety measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Still, we would like to acknowledge the vision, planning, and hard work that has culminated in this new facility, which represents a significant enhancement to access to justice for the residents of Oxford County. We would like to thank Governors LePage and Mills, former and current legislators, administrators, and officials representing Oxford County and the Town of South Paris, and of course the Oxford County Court Facilities Project team, headed by State Court Administrator Ted Glessner and former SJC Chief Justice Leigh Saufley for their work on and support of the project."

Oxford County Courthouse Project from Maine Judicial Branch on Vimeo.

Contact: Amy Quinlan, Esq., Director of Court Communications
Phone: (207) 822-0716
Email: amy.quinlan@courts.maine.gov

Supporting documents

Press Release (PDF)

OCCH Fact Sheet (PDF)