News Center Stay up-to-date on the latest news from the City of Virginia Beach. SearchSearch by Date RangeStart End View News by Category All NewsAgricultureAquarium and MuseumsBudget & Management ServicesCity AttorneyCity AuditorCity ClerkCity ManagerCity TreasurerCommissioner of the RevenueCommonwealth's AttorneyCommunications OfficeConvention and Visitors BureauCourtsCultural AffairsEconomic DevelopmentEmergency Communications & Citizen ServicesEmergency ManagementEmergency Medical ServicesFinanceFireHousing & Neighborhood PreservationHuman Resources (City)Human ServicesInformation TechnologyParks & RecreationPlanningPolicePublic HealthPublic LibrariesPublic UtilitiesPublic WorksReal Estate AssessorStrategic Growth AreaVolunteer ResourcesVoter Registration & ElectionsCurrent Category Commissioner of the Revenue Page Content Commissioner of Revenue’s Drive-Thru Personal Property Tax Appeals Tent to Close During Inclement WeatherTuesday, May 23, 2017Due to inclement weather expected today and tomorrow, the Commissioner of the Revenue's Personal Property Tax drive-thru appeals tent will close during times of rain and will not conduct normal business activity until favorable weather returns. We apologize for the inc … Virginia Beach Residents May Qualify for Fee RefundTuesday, October 27, 2015Virginia Beach residents who paid a $2 city fee when transferring their DMV registration of a motor vehicle anytime within the last six years may qualify for a refund. For decades taxpayers in Virginia Beach were required to register their personal property for taxation by … Hunting, Fishing Licenses Now Available at DMV SelectsWednesday, September 19, 2012Beginning Sept. 10, Virginia Beach residents are now able to purchase hunting and fishing licenses, as well as submit applications for boat titles and registrations at the Virginia Beach DMV Select, located at the Virginia Beach Commissioner of the Revenue’s office, 2401 Cou … VB Commissioner of the Revenue Kellam Announces Filing Deadline Extension for Jet Crash Victims at Mayfair Mews ApartmentsFriday, April 13, 2012 Virginia Beach Commissioner of the Revenue Phillip Kellam announced today that victims of the jet crash at the Mayfair Mews apartments last Friday will be granted extensions for filing and paying their state income taxes. Kellam said that he had made the request on behalf o … Contact InformationCommunications Office(757) firstname.lastname@example.org(757) 427-5978 More News Releases Can't find what you are looking for? View a complete list of Virginia Beach news releases.