Census Ending on October 15, 2020

Census Bureau Statement on 2020 Census Data Collection Ending

OCT. 13, 2020 — Well over 99.9% of housing units have been accounted for in the 2020 Census. Self-response and field data collection operations for the 2020 Census will conclude on ...

Fall eNewsletter

Let’s Talk Census

"If a community is under counted, that community will receive fewer funds which can result in not having enough funds available to support the needs of the community. It’s that simple. It’s also that simple to complete the Census survey. Be counted!" - Jim ...

An Accessible Census

Celebrate the Americans with Disabilities Act by completing the accessible 2020 Census online.

 Our community is made up of a diverse group of people. The Census ensures that financial opportunities are available for all sectors of our community. This year ...

Census Mailer

The census is critical for people with disabilities.

Click here to read about how now more than ever YOUR voice matters in our Census Mailer!

Census Timeline

Counting every person living in the United States is a massive undertaking.
Here's a look at some of the key dates along the way.

Census Resources

Language Resources

2020 Census Questionnaire

What questions does the census ask?

How the Census Works

There is strength in numbers. Census numbers directly impact funding for communities in the areas of education, food and healthcare.

In March, each household will be receiving a unique identification number in the mail from the United States Census Bureau ...

What's At Stake?

An estimated $140 million of community financial resources are lost to our friends and neighbors if we are not all counted.

The State of Michigan will receive $1,800 annually for each person counted in the census who is living in ...

Why the Census is Important

If you want to support these programs in your community, you must be counted!




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