Aitkin County Assessor's Office
The Aitkin County Assessor's Office values and classifies all types of real estate in the County. The market values and classifications of taxable property are primary factors in the calculation of property taxes. The Office operates under Minnesota State Statutes, Minnesota Department of Revenue directives and County Board directives.
The Minnesota Dept of Revenue site has good information about the property tax process and what programs are available. Click or tap HERE to go to that site.
Assessment Update Video
2024 Reassessment Information:
Appraisers from the County Assessor's Office will be reassessing the following areas for the 2024 assessment: Aitkin City, Clark Township, Cornish Township, Kimberly Township, Logan Township, McGregor City, Millward Township, Morrison Township, Rice River Township, Seavey Township, Spalding Township, Verdon Township, Wagner Township, Wealthwood Township and White Pine Township.
A reassessment is when a physical property inspection is done in a certain area. This inspection is intended to verify and correct the county assessment records. State law requires a reassessment of all taxable property at least once every 5 years. If you own property in one of the areas above, be aware that an Appraiser from this office will be inspecting your property sometime between May 2023 and February 2024.
Please call (218) 927-7327 with any questions.
The Aitkin County website currently has a feature called LINK that enables a user to access a variety of parcel information free of charge. To reach this page, click on the link above. To access more detailed building information, including dimensions and sales report generating capability, a subscription to LINK is required. Please call (218) 927-7327 for more information.
If you are a property owner with more than one parcel, you may be able to combine them into one. Click HERE for a copy of the application that includes the requirements for combining parcels.
Aitkin County Assessor's Office Mission Statement
To Treat All People Fairly and with Respect and to Value and Classify Property under State Law with Competency and Diligence.