is on the Johnson River in the Kuskokwim River Delta, 26 miles northwest
of Bethel. The community is comprised of Old and New Kasigluk,
surrounded by the Johnson River and a network of lakes. It lies at
approximately 60░ 52' N Latitude, 162░ 32' W Longitude (Sec. 02, T009N,
R075W, Seward Meridian). The community is located in the Bethel
Recording District. The area encompasses 19 sq. miles of land and 0 sq.
miles of water.
Kasigluk is an Eskimo village listed as
one of the "Tundra Villages" in the 1939 U.S. Census, with a population
of 66. A post office was established in 1962. It incorporated as a city
in 1982. In 1996 the city government was dissolved in favor of the
traditional village council.