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The link below will take you to the U.S. Census Bureau's secure online questionnaire.
Information on the counting of college students, group quarter enumeration, and early nonresponse follow-up operations.
Find the materials you need to perform Census 2020 outreach, education, and awareness campaigns in your community. The materials are available to be ordered, downloaded, and desktop-printed.
We have released the first version of the Local Complete Count Committee Toolkit. Check it out for useful information on how LCCCs can help ensure everyone in your community gets counted.
Community involvement is essential to a complete and accurate census count.
LCCCs are working around the state to ensure a complete count of everyone living in Georgia. From sharing information to starting conversations, LCCCs are essential to making sure Every. One. Counts.
Your information is protected and confidential under Federal Law and Census Bureau policies.
Your community must be accurately counted to get what it needs:
Financial support for public health, transportation, education, and more.
Fair representation in the Federal and State Government.
Knowledge to affect change.
By completing the United States Census Bureau's secure survey, you will help your community in under 10 minutes.
By completing your Census, you ensure the State of Georgia receives the funds needed for programs and facilities.