The British Virgin Islands general election, 1999 was held in the British Virgin Islands on 17 May 1999. The result was a victory for the incumbent Virgin Islands Party (VIP) led by Chief Minister Ralph T. O'Neal over the newly formed National Democratic Party (NDP) led by Orlando Smith.
The election was largely notable for three reasons:
- It was the first election in the history of the Territory in which Lavity Stoutt, a dominant political force in the British Virgin Islands did not participate;
- It marked the emergence of the NDP, the first serious opposition to the VIP since the dissolution of the United Party; and
- It was the first election in the British Virgin Islands involving territorial "at-large" seats in addition to traditional district seats.