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PUBLIC NOTICE

Effective Friday, March 20, 2020, the County Administration Building is CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.

County of Northampton restricts access by the General Public to County Administrative Offices and Facilities

Due to COVID-19 precautions, as well as recent state and federal recommendations, all Northampton County facilities and offices including the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office, the County Treasurer’s Office, the Planning, Permitting & Enforcement Office, the Finance Office and County Administration will be closed to the public effective Friday, March 20, 2020. The Parks & Recreation Office at Indiantown Park and the Facilities Management Office at Stumptown will also observe this closure.
The Voter Registration Office will remain open during normal business hours. However, we strongly encourage voters to complete all transactions online, by fax, or through the mail. If you must come to the Voter office in person, there will be a door bell on the front door to ring to be let into the building. Otherwise the door is locked to all other visitors. See Voter Registration for more details.

The County Transfer Station/Landfill and waste collection centers (convenience centers) are considered essential services and will continue to operate but with limited interaction between the staff and public.

No in-person transactions will be conducted. All County employees will continue to report to work during their normal work hours. The public is encouraged to use the County’s online options for payments and services.

For assistance, please call us during normal business hours (9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.) at (757)678-0440.

BUILDING INSPECTIONS 678-0445
COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE 678-0446
COUNTY ADMINISTRATION 678-0440 EXT. 516
FINANCE 678-0444
PLANNING & ZONING 678-0443
TREASURER 678-0450
VOTER REGISTRATION 678-0480

WE APPRECIATE YOUR COOPERATION AND UNDERSTANDING. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19 VISIT THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE. 

Read the Northampton County Emergency Declaration


About
Our County

Northampton County is the southern 35 miles of a 70 mile long stretch of the Delmarva Peninsula known as Virginia's Eastern Shore. "The Shore" as it is affectionately named, is cradled by the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay or what is known locally as Bayside and Seaside. The Seaside, in particular, contains the largest island wilderness chain on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard.

The Shore is a place that has somehow managed to remain relatively unchanged through the times. Its pristine condition is mainly a result of the surrounding waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the County's isolation to large East Coast metropolises such as Virginia's Tidewater Area (Virginia Beach & Norfolk). Generations of families have been left to their own and have created a rich tradition of living off the land through farming and fishing. For centuries a unique harmony, between mankind and nature, has evolved from these circumstances.

Northampton County's central location on the Eastern Seaboard places it less than a 1 day drive from areas such as New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.

Northampton County contains numerous natural and cultural sites, including two large public parks, Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge and Kiptopeke State Park, located at the southern end of the county. Historic townships, such as Eastville, Cheriton and Cape Charles contain buildings that speak to over 350 years of architectural design in the United States.

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