SECURE. EASY. ESSENTIAL.
Serving Georgians – The Georgia Complete Count Committee is working to provide basic information to our Georgia residents about the Census, the importance of filling it out and mailing it back, and the security of the information.
When you complete the Census, your information is secure. The U.S. Census may not share this information with any individual, agency or organization for over 70 years! Filling out the Census is easy – it’s only ten short questions, and takes about 10 minutes to complete. And, filling out the Census is essential to Georgia and local communities. Not only is it required by law, but the Census determines how billions of dollars are distributed for important needs like healthcare, schools, roads and other public needs. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that Georgia will receive about $1700 per person counted, for each year for ten years as a result of our Census count – that’s $1.66 Billion! In addition, the Census determines how many Congressional Representatives that Georgia will have for the next decade.
Where am I counted? You may have questions about where you are counted if you are a college student, live in assisted living quarters, are military personnel, etc. Please see these frequently asked questions for answers from the Census Bureau.
Where's my census form? Visit http://2010.census.gov/2010census/ for help.
If you have further questions about the U.S. Census, you may visit http://2010.census.gov/2010census/how/questions.php or call 1-800-923-8282.
Serving Local Organizations – The GCCC is working to learn who and where our Local Communities have organized to get the word out about the Census and how important it is to have everyone in Georgia fill it out and mail it back! If you are a member of a local organization promoting participation in the Census, please fill out our Committee Registration so we may stay in touch and provide assistance to each other in this important effort. We have special sections in our website – see the Toolkits & Materials – that have information you can personalize and use in your community. If you don’t have a Local Complete Count Committee – we can help you form one if you’ll click on Contact Us and let us know you’d like assistance.
Let us know how we are doing.
Georgia Complete Count Committee Customer Service Survey