April 1st is National Census Day!
Unlike Election Day, you can still respond for several months after April 1st, but we want you to do the Census as soon as you can!

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The 2020 Census is more than a population count. It's an opportunity to shape your community's future. Census counts help determine:
Each State's representation in the U.S. House of Representatives
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Decisions on how billions of dollars in federal and state funds are spent in our communities each year
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Our community's share of many taxes being paid

So Make Sure You Are Counted!
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You can self-respond online using your phone, a computer, or tablet at https://2020census.gov/  while also practicing your "social distancing." 

You can also respond by phone or mail. 
By getting more Americans to respond from home, it reduces the need to send Census takers out into our communities to follow up.

  Don't Forget Anyone...
Remember to respond for where you live as of April 1, and to count everyone who usually lives and sleeps in your home, even if they are somewhere else temporarily.
This includes relatives, friends, roommates, and anyone else who lives and sleeps in your home most of the time, even babies born on or before April 1, even if they are in the hospital.

For college students home due to the COVID-19 outbreak...
Students who usually live at school should be counted at school. If you live in student housing, no need to do anything. We're working with your college to count you. If you live off-campus, be sure to respond online, use the address where you lived all semester and include all of your roommates.


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