Assessor Offices in King Cove, Alaska

There are 2 Assessor Offices in King Cove, Alaska, serving a population of 1,003 people in an area of 26 square miles. There is 1 Assessor Office per 501 people, and 1 Assessor Office per 12 square miles.

In Alaska, King Cove is ranked 2nd of 365 cities in Assessor Offices per capita, and 6th of 365 cities in Assessor Offices per square mile.

List of King Cove Assessor Offices

Find King Cove, Alaska assessor, assessment, auditor's, and appraiser's offices, revenue commissions, GIS, and tax equalization departments.

About the King Cove Assessor Office

Assessor Offices in King Cove, AK are responsible for assessing the values of all taxable property within their jurisdictions. Assessors appraise values of all land and commercial property (real property), and business' fixed asset (personal property). The office determines property tax values, tax rates, maintains and updates the local tax assessment rolls.

Property owners may contact the Department of Assessment for questions about:
  • King Cove property tax appeals and challenges
  • Property tax assessments and reassessments
  • King Cove GIS maps, plat maps, and property boundaries
  • Delinquent property taxes
  • King Cove, AK property tax payments and due dates
  • Assessment rolls and property tax rates

King Cove Home & Property Tax Statistics

Find King Cove Home Values and Housing Characteristics. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2017 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

King Cove Home Values
 King CoveAleutians East Borough
Median Home Value$119,000$124,700
Median Rental Cost (per month)$932$989
King Cove Housing Characteristics
 King CoveAleutians East Borough
Total Housing Units3061,051
Occupied Housing Units240 (78.4%)812 (77.3%)
Vacant Housing Units66 (21.6%)239 (22.7%)
Owner Occupied Housing Units149 (62.1%)482 (59.4%)
Renter Occupied Housing Units91 (37.9%)330 (40.6%)
Housing Units (Mortgage)22.1%30.9%
Housing Units (No Mortgage)77.9%69.1%