700 E. Stonewall St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
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Ken Joyner started work October 1, 2013 as the new County Assessor.
Mecklenburg County completed the first reappraisal of all real property since 2003, effective January 1, 2011. More information on the property revaluation
Property owners receiving Notices of Value (NOV) either for changes to their property or resulting from the Revaluation Review now in progress may appeal those values within 30 days of the respective notices. More information
Property owners can review how their property is listed and described in County records, note any discrepancies, provide general comments, and submit their feedback to the Assessor's Office for review. Tutorial - Review Your Property Information
The North Carolina Property Tax System (NCPTS) provides a web-based lookup function for Tax Bills, Business and Individual Personal Property.
During 2013, the North Carolina DMV will begin sending combined invoices for both registration renewal AND property tax to owners of vehicles registered in the state. The new Tag and Tax Together program is designed to make it more convenient for owners to pay their vehicle property taxes and registration renewals by collecting them at the same time. Online Renewals and Payments
North Carolina offers programs providing tax relief for low-income elderly or disabled citizens, as well as disabled veterans. Do you qualify?
The NC General Assembly enacted legislation to provide tax relief in the form of deferred property taxes on unsold homes. More information
Property assessment services for business personal property customers in southeastern Mecklenburg County are now offered through the Assessor's Office in the Town Hall of Mint Hill. Customers with business personal property may call 311 for an appointment.
Taxpayers with questions should call 311 (704-336-4600 from outside the County) or visit the main office at 700 East Stonewall Street.