Contact Information

Richmond Headquarters

  • Address: 7870 Villa Park Drive, Suite 400, Henrico, VA 23228
  • Phone: (804) 367-1000
  • Fax (TDD): (804) 367-1278
  • Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90778, Henrico, VA 23228-0778

Note: Headquarters Office is the sole location for boat title/registration services.

Regional Offices

Region 1

  • Address: 3801 John Tyler Memorial Hwy., Charles City, VA 23030
  • Phone: (804) 829-6580

Region 2

  • Address: 1132 Thomas Jefferson Road, Forest, VA 24551-9223
  • Phone: (434) 525-7522

Region 3

  • Address: 1796 Highway Sixteen, Marion, VA 24354
  • Phone: (276) 783-4860

Region 4

  • Address: P.O. Box 996, 517 Lee Highway, Verona, VA 24482
  • Phone: (540) 248-9360
  • Address: 1320 Belman Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
  • Phone: (540) 899-4169

Additional Contacts

  • Report Wildlife Violations: (800) 237-5712
  • Boating Registration/License Fees: (804) 367-1000
  • Trout Stocking: (434) 525-3474
  • Alabama Bass Reporting: (804) 367-1293
  • Snakehead Fish Reporting: (804) 367-2925
  • Potomac River Fisheries Commission: (804) 224-7148
  • Dept. of Environmental Quality:
  • Virginia Marine Resources Commission (Saltwater Fishing/Regulations):
  • Department of Conservation and Recreation Reservation Center:
  • Department of Forestry:
  • Shenandoah National Park:
  • U.S. Forest Service Supervisor George Washington/Jefferson National Forests:


  • Governor: Glenn Youngkin
  • Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources: Travis Voyles
  • Executive Director, Department of Wildlife Resources: Ryan J. Brown


  • Tom Sadler, Chair, Verona
  • Jon Cooper, Vice-chair, Troutville
  • Leon Boyd, Vansant
  • John W. Daniel, II, Richmond
  • Michael Formica, McLean
  • Tammy Jo Franklin, Big Stone Gap
  • Mamie A. Parker, Ph.D., Dulles
  • George J. Terwilliger, Delaplane
  • Brian Vincent, Farmville
  • G.K. Washington, Dillwyn
  • Marley “Woody” Woodall, Jr., Chesapeake


The Department of Wildlife Resources aims to conserve and manage wildlife populations and habitat for the benefit of present and future generations. It connects people to Virginia’s outdoors through various activities like boating, education, fishing, hunting, trapping, and wildlife viewing. Additionally, it strives to protect people and property by promoting safe outdoor experiences and managing human-wildlife conflicts.

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