211 Virginia – Free information on available community services by calling 211.
Constitution of Virginia – A Declaration of Rights made by the good people of Virginia in the exercise of their sovereign powers, which rights do pertain to them and their posterity, as the basis and foundation of government.
Library of Virginia – This state library site provides access to a number of resources for genealogical research. Searchable collections include historical records (such as military, government, Bible, business, Census), vital statistics, newspapers and periodicals, maps, photos, and private papers and biographical resources. Finding aids are available for many of the collections.
Virginia.gov – “The Official Commonwealth of Virginia website. The first place to look for information on Virginia Government, Jobs, and Tourism.” Topics include Home, Government, Employment, Business, Education, Family, Tourism and Travel, Facts and History. Links to the Governor’s page, press releases, State website directory, and more.
VA Dept. of Motor Vehicles – Renew your license or registration, purchase new plates, change your address, get a vehicle history report, etc.
Virginia Government Records & Resources – Current and historical records, collections include more than 800,000 state and federal publications, covering a broad range of topics. From the Library of Virginia.
Virginia Department of Health – Vital records, Emergency Medical Services, Employment opportunities, Epidemiology, Health Topics, Administration, News, VDH State Forms, and more….
Virginia Legislative Information System – Bills and resolutions, Code of Virginia, Virginia Administrative Code, Rules of the Supreme Court, House and Senate documents, more…
VA Tax Online – Download forms, Tax Code of Virginia, Virginia Tax Regulations, Legislative Summaries, Leadership, Mailing addresses and phone numbers.