Mecklenburg County property owners should begin receiving their property tax bills this week, the county said.
This year, the county conducted a revaluation of residential and commercial properties, the first revaluation since 2003.
Roughly half of the properties were reappraised at a higher value and half at a lower value. In June, the county lowered the property tax rate by 2.21 cents to 81.66 cents for every $100 of assessed value.
The county said the tax revenue generated from all residential and commercial property is $819 million.
A total of 30,000 properties will not be billed until October because of appeals to the new revaluations.