- Departments A to M
Departments A to M
Budget & Strategic Planning
Access budget and grant information and documents.
Bureau of Cemeteries
View information on Norfolk cemeteries.
The City Attorney's Office represents the city, the School Board, the Retirement System, the Community Services Board, the Chrysler Museum, Lake Taylor Hospital, and other boards and commissions in all legal matters.
The Office of the City Auditor seeks to assist City Council and citizens in ensuring that our local government is accountable, transparent, and cost-effective.
The city clerk's office serves as a gateway to local government for city council, citizens, city departments and outside agencies. The clerk is a vital public service position, and likewise, one of the oldest.
Explore the efforts of the City Planning Department to grow and improve our community.
Commissioner of the Revenue
Browse through information on business taxes, personal taxes, and DMV services.
Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office
The Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office is responsible for the prosecution of all felony charges and some misdemeanor charges resulting from violations of the Criminal Code of Virginia which occur in the City of Norfolk.
Communications and Marketing
The Communications Office is a highly creative and talented group of city employees who use words, pictures, videos and other creative story-telling tools to promote city services, programs and events, as well as to inform and engage city employees and residents.
Cultural Facilities, Arts & Entertainment
We provide inspiring live entertainment, diverse community events and vibrant public art to enrich and celebrate life in Norfolk. We promote collaboration, responsible management, economic and cultural vitality.
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Take steps to prepare for an emergency and learn how you can assist after th emergency.
Learn about the services provided by the Finance Department.
Gain information on the responsibilities and services provided by Norfolk Fire-Rescue.
Geographic Information Systems
Our Geographic Information System team has developed interactive mapping applications as a method for citizens of the City of Norfolk to retrieve useful information by way of the Internet.
The mission of the Department of General Services (DGS) is to manage intra-governmental services of the City. This includes facility maintenance, fleet management, as well as oversight of the City's parking system.
Department of Housing and Community Development
Find full information on the St. Paul's Area Transformation.
Obtain information on current employment and volunteer opportunities with the city, employee benefits and compensation, and job specifications.
Browse through information on adoption and foster care, adult services, children's services, resources for seniors, and homelessness.
The Department of Information Technology provides the support framework for customer-focused services that leads to a well-managed government and engaged citizens.
Find out about intergovernmental relations.
Keep Norfolk Beautiful
Keep Norfolk Beautiful works to lead our community to reduce litter, recycle right, and beautify Norfolk through education and volunteerism. These efforts help support clean, safe, and resilient neighborhoods.
The Norfolk Public Library offers equal opportunity access to information, high quality book and multimedia materials, programs, exhibits, online resources, and technology to meet the needs of our diverse community for life-long learning, cultural enrichment, and intellectual stimulation. To fulfill its mission, the Library employs a knowledgeable, well-trained staff committed to excellent service and civility.