The Alaska Association of Assessing Officers' (AAAO's) overall goal is to promote justice and equity in the distribution of the tax burden. The Alaska Association of Assessing Officers' mission is to:
Assessing officers and appraisers who meet certain prescribed qualifications, and who have achieved outstanding proficiency and ability in the assessment field, are recognized professionally through certification by the Alaska Certified Assessing/Appraiser(ACAA) Program, a professional designation program administered by the AAAO Certification Board. The AAAO Certification Board confers professional designation in the assessment field through five certification levels: ACAA I, through ACAA V. For more information or to verify credentials, please contact any member of the AAAO Certification Board: Ivar Halvarson, or Shelley Fritts.
Membership within the Alaska Association of Assessing Officers (AAAO) affords benefits of advanced topic-specific discussion points, access to meeting details and minutes, as well as access to AAAO's extensive case-law library that is specific to the assessment profession. If you'd like more information please contact:
AAAO Treasurer Cynthia Anderson, c/o Fairbanks North Star Borough, P.O. Box 71267, Fairbanks, AK 99707, Phone: 907-459-1436, FAX (907) 459-1416. The AAAO membership application may be submitted to this address as well.
AAAO members may log into the members-only portion of the AAAO website by entering your AAAO User ID and Password information in the upper right hand corner logon button titled "Admin Sign-in" within the upper photo banner. For website log-in or password assistance, please contact the Office of the State Assessor or call 269-4565.
Division of Community & Regional Affairs
Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
550 West 7th Avenue, Suite 1640
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 269-4605
FAX: (907) 269-4539