For an emergency call 999 and ask for police, ambulance or fire.
The Thames Valley Police website says an emergency warranting a 999 call is one where "a crime is being committed, there is a risk of injury or a risk of serious damage to property".
For Police non-emergencies telephone 101, eg. to report a crime such as your car has been stolen, your property has been damaged, you suspect drug use or dealing in your neighbourhood.
If you have urgent medical concerns you need to discuss telephone 111 to speak to a fully trained advisor, depending on the situation they can connect you to appropriate help. Call 999 for urgent response, your GP for less urgent issues.
Oxford City Council
Tel: 01865 249811 www.oxford.gov.uk
Oxfordshire County Council
Tel: 01865 792422 www.oxfordshire.gov.uk
Councillors and MP
City Councillors (North Ward)
Cllr James Fry 01865 554001 JFry@lmc.co.uk
Cllr Louise Upton 01865 272511 email@example.com
County Councillor (Summertown & Wolvercote Division)
John Howson 01865 203270 firstname.lastname@example.org
MP (Oxford West and Abingdon)
Layla Moran MP
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. email@example.com
Other useful Council telephone numbers
City Works Hotline: Tel: 0800 783 1957
Street lighting: Tel: 0800 317802 Quote serial no. on column
Control Plus Tel: 01865 247090
Parking control: to report on-street infringements
Crime and Nuisance Action Team Tel: 01865 252969 Tackles anti-social behaviour in community
Nearest NHS Doctors
Jericho Health Centre contains two separate practices at New Radcliffe House
Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6NW
Observatory Medical Practice Tel 01865 429993
and Leaver and Partners Tel 01865 311234
These practices are in the same building and take new patients in turn. Both seem to be highly thought of by local residents.