What is the Census?

The Census is a national count of every person living in the United States and only comes around every 10 years. This information is used to decide how $675 billion of federal funding are allocated and to which communities.

When all people are fully and accurately counted, money for critical programs stays in our community. It only takes a few minutes to participate, but the impact will be felt for years.

Each response amounts to $2,291 per person

9 questions only takes 10 minutes

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Census Map

These are the response rates by Council district. The more green in an area, the more responses recorded in 2020 Census data. Remember, every person counts and every response makes a difference. You matter! Be in that number!