Finance & Budget

  • Overview
The Finance Department is responsible for establishing and maintaining an accounting and reporting system in accordance with NC General Statutes, federal laws and regulations and generally accepted accounting principles. We manage all aspects of the town’s finances to ensure financial stability and responsible stewardship, adhering to principles of integrity, quality, collaboration, and customer service.

Financial Statements

Monthly financial dashboards summarize cash positions and cash flows, as well as compare revenues and expenditures to current year budget and prior fiscal year. An annual independent audit is performed on the town’s financial statements for the fiscal year which ends June 30.

Monthly Financial Dashboards

Audited Financial Statement


Budget

The town operates under an annual balanced budget ordinance. The annual budget, developed after careful consideration, levies taxes and allocates resources in a manner that effectively reflects the priorities of the governing body.

Property taxes are assessed at a rate which is applied to every $100 of property value. 
  • The Town of Davidson tax rate is $0.35 per $100 of assessed property value. The chart below is based on our FY 2017 approved budget.
  • Mecklenburg County tax rate is $0.8157 per $100 of assessed property value.
  • Iredell County tax rate is $0.485 per $100 of assessed property value.
To calculate your tax bill, take the value of your property, divide by 100, and multiply by the corresponding tax rate or rates above. 
2017-06-22TaxChart

Capital Improvement Plan


The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a funding and scheduling plan, annually updated to specify and describe the town’s capital project priorities over the next 5 years.