Includes listings organized by the headings State Home Page, State Directory, Statewide Offices, Legislative Branch, Judicial Branch, Executive Branch, Boards and Commissions, Regional, Counties, Cities, and Other.
Available on Virginia's Judicial System, State Law Library website.
The directory includes biographies of judges and justices who have served since 1779 on the Supreme Court of Virginia, the highest appellate court in the state; and, where possible, a portrait or other likeness. Some entries also include oral history interviews.
(Virginia Department of Planning and Budget)
Using this public access site you can find and track proposed regulation changes, view a calendar of public hearings and board meetings (with includes a brief description of the meeting's agenda, contact person, etc.) No fee registered user can participate in online public comment forums and sign up for automatic notification about regulatory actions and meetings.
Virginia Rules (Office of the General Assembly)
It is an educational program designed to help instructors, parents, and students understand the laws that apply to Virginia teens in their everyday lives.
The Library of Virginia’s initiative to get documents into classrooms. Using primary sources, teachers and librarians can make history relevant to students while helping them learn and understand state standards. DBVa will teach students to be critical thinkers as they analyze the original documents and draw their own conclusions about Virginia’s past.
Searchable database directory of free U.S. public record to the state, city and county levels. Also includes public records of various U.S. Territories and other countries.
Includes links to databases where the provider charges a fee.