Charlie Crowson - Newport News, retired & Page Johnson - Fairfax City

David Anderson - Tazewell County, standing with Robin Blakemore and Chris Jones - Lee County

Kathy Kirila, Kristen Andrews, Sara, Lili and Tommy Blackwell - Essex County

Ann Burkholder - City of Winchester

Governor Terry McAuliffe and CRAV Vice President Frankie Edmondson

Leon Boone & Tawanna Boone - Portsmouth

Ann Burkholder - City of Winchester

Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners raised over $2000 and packaged 10,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now

Governor Terry McAuliffe and CRAV Past President Lois Jacob

CORVA President Frankie Edmonson recognizes Commissioner Sharon Carter of Caroline County for her years of dedicated service

Sheila Conwell - Chesterfield County, Ruth Easley - City of Martinsville, Lori Stevens - Dinwiddie County

Todd Simpson, Bonnie Lewis and Anne Sayers - Northampton County

MarVita Flint, Buena Vista & Gerald Gwaltney, Isle of Wight

Kathy Black - Shenandoah County, Gale Harris - Madison County, Jean Shrewsbury - Augusta County

Governor Terry McAuliffe and Commissioners Todd Thomas, Bonnie Davenport, Jennifer Delano and Carol Gawen of the Tidewater region

Governor Terry McAuliffe with Commissioners Cindy Wright, Nancy Horn, Janet Rorrer, Cathy Flinchum and Helen Royal of the Southwest region

Governor Terry McAuliffe with Commissioner Liz Hamlett of Lunenburg County

Gerald Gwaltney visits with our friends from Laserfiche

The Portsmouth Team

Mitch Nuckles - Lynchburg, Ann Thomas -York County, Ross D'Urso - Fauquier County

Thank you to the friendly City of Portsmouth; hosts of the 2015 CORVA annual meeting!

Priscilla Bele, Newport News

Gerald Gwaltney visits with our partners from Laserfiche

Ingrid Morroy - Arlington County & Joe Horbal - Chesterfield County

Sally Pearson, King William County - Carol Gawen, Westmoreland County & Todd Thomas, Northumberland County

Frankie Edmonson - Portsmouth is sworn in as CORVA President as his wife Kathy looks on
  • Welcome to the Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia!

    The Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia is dedicated to the improvement of local tax assessments in Virginia. Our members proudly serve their constituents in a tireless effort to fairly and accurately assess property and taxes.

  • About the Association

    The Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia was formed in 1917 out of the desire of Commissioners to associate themselves to promote a common understanding of the problems faced in the assessment of taxes and the administration of revenue laws.
  • Mission Statement

    To demonstrate expertise and promote professionalism through the education of our membership, thereby ensuring the highest quality of services to our constituencies and stakeholders and the development of strategic relationships to further our organizational goals.