eGovernment services at the Culpeper County Library provide you with access to information regarding government services via the Internet.  The links below will take you to information related to various government services, including government assistance, tax information, health insurance via the healthcare marketplace, vital records, unemployment claims, and more.



File a claim for unemployment insurance in Virginia.  The Virginia Employment Commission also offers this brief video, Unemployment Insurance and You:  Frequently Asked Questions.

Virginia Career Works Referral Portal - a statewide platform designed to streamline intake processes across state agencies and connect individuals with training, certification, education, and employment services to help them find a job or advance a career path.

Virginia Career Works Dashboard - an innovative data visualization tool that makes information about Virginia’s labor market and workforce system more accessible to workers, businesses, and policymakers.

Tax Information










Current and prior year federal income tax forms and publications are available on the IRS website.  

For the current tax year filing season, the Culpeper County Library will provide a limited quantity of some of the more common print federal income tax froms. 

How to obtain print copies of IRS tax forms, instruction booklets and other publications:

  • Go to  To view, download and print

  • Go to  To order tax products to be delivered by U.S. mail

  • Call 1-800-829-3676:  To order tax products to be delivered by U.S. mail

  • Visit the Culpeper County Library 's Information Desk

For additional information, click here to download a quick IRS resource guide.


Get information about electronically filing your federal income taxes for free with Free File.





Current year Individual Income Tax forms  from the Virginia Department of Taxation.  Forms for prior years available. 

As the Library does not provide print copies of State of Virginia income tax forms, patrons are encouraged to download and print these from the website.  Patrons needing assistance in doing so may visit the Information Desk where our staff is available to help.

The County of Culpeper website.  Inquire into tax ticket information and make your tax payments.

The Town of Culpeper website.  Make your personal property, real estate and utility payments.


Building Codes, Permits, Real Estate

The International Codes®, or I-Codes®, published by ICC, the International Code Council, provide minimum safeguards for people at home, at school and in the workplace. The I-Codes are a complete set of comprehensive, coordinated building safety and fire prevention codes. Building codes benefit public safety and support the industry’s need for one set of codes without regional limitations. Fifty states and the District of Columbia have adopted the I-Codes at the state or jurisdictional level. 

The Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (USBC) contains the building regulations that must be complied with when constructing a new building, structure, or an addition to an existing building. They must also be used when maintaining or repairing an existing building or renovating or changing the use of a building or structure. 

The County of Culpeper offers instructions and forms for those wanting to obtain a residential or commerical building permit on their website.  

EPA Administrative Records


Culpeper Wood Preservers, Inc. Enforcement Removal Administrative Record Collection of records which form the basis for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's selection of a response action at a Superfund site.

Everdure, Inc. Enforcement Removal Administrative Record Some of these records can be found in hard copy in the Reference Collection.

Continental Automotive Systems (Continental Teves) online documents. Other EPA documents pertaining to Continental Teves can be found in the Reference Collection.

Government Assistance

Benefits available through Virginia Common Help include: 

  • Temporary cash assistance for families with minor children (TANF)
  • Child Care Services
  • Energy Assistance (Fuel, Crisis or Cooling)
  • Food Assistance (SNAP)
  • Medical Assistance
    • Aged, Blind or Disabled (ABD)
    • Children's Health Insurance (FAMIS/FAMIS Plus)
    • Medicare Part D Costs
    • Pregnant women
    • Savings Program (Medicaid for Medicare Beneficiaries)  

Health & Health Insurance is the healthcare marketplace in the United States.  

Enroll Virginia is a nonpartisan, community-based effort to educate all Virginians about the new health insurance marketplace and provide free, unbiased assistance with the new application and enrollment process.  Statewide Toll-Free:1.888.392.5132.  Email Enroll Virginia at  

Healthy Culpeper is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) and community coalition devoted to promoting a healthy, safe, and educated community.

Vital Records

The Virginia Department of Health's Office of Vital Records provides birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates.  

VitalChek is a popular resource for government-issued vital records.  While not a government agency, they are authorized to provide these services on behalf of government agencies across the nation.

Driver's Licenses & Learner's Permits

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.  

To renew your vehicle registration or driver's license online, click here. 


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