March 12, 2020
The 2020 Census Is Here!
Today, March 12th, the Census Bureau will begin to send out the first mailings inviting people across the
Learn more about our campaign, the 2020 Census, the undercount of young children, and ways you can
A fair and accurate census count is critical to ensuring New York communities are represented in
We know that an estimated 70,000 New York City children were missed in the 2010 Census. Projections show
Our message to families and our New York Community is that the 2020 Census story
Here’s a snapshot of what you need to know for the 2020 Census:
What Should I Expect?
The census is safe, has 10 questions, takes 10 minutes and impacts the lives of young children for the
Just a reminder, the website accepting census responses is now live at 2020Census.gov.
The census is safe has 10 questions takes 10 minutes and
Starting today, March 12th, the Census Bureau letters/postcards will invite you to complete your 2020 Census form. There are three ways to respond to the 2020 Census from the comfort and safety of your own
A full list of language support provided by the Census Bureau can be found here.
Knowing that the Census will be conducted digitally for the first time, conversations about data privacy,
It is important to reiterate that The Census Bureau, bound by Title 13 of the United States Code, has one
What Resources Are Available?
As we mobilize to Get Out the Count, our campaign webpages hosts a Census Resource Library (updated regularly) where you can access a selection of key materials, resources, and content geared towards ensuring every young child in your community is counted. You can access those resources here. An introductory letter is also provided highlighting some of those resources available to you. Here are some steps you can take to count young children and Get Out the Count:
If anything, talk to someone you know about the Census. You are a trusted messenger to the people and