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Information on the counting of college students, group quarter enumeration, and early nonresponse follow-up operations.
The Census Toolkit will prepare you for starting and running a Complete Count Committee, reaching Hard-To-Count populations, and ensuring a complete count of your community. You can both navigate through the Toolkit online starting below or download a PDF version to the right.
You can find our first version of the Local Complete Count Committee Toolkit below. The toolkit should be utilized to encourage participation in the 2020 Census to ensure a complete count of everyone living in Georgia.
Feel free to reach out if there is anything in the toolkit that needs further explanation or if your LCCC needs specific resources for outreach.
An overview of the purpose and contents of the LCCC Toolkit.
Find important dates and different outreach time frames.
Reaching Hard-to-Count groups and a complete count.
See the state of Georgia and national media plans.
View the visual representation of Every. One. Counts.
Learn how to share facts about the Census.
Find downloadable and customizable materials for Census outreach.
Find information on customizing our campaign to your community.
Find materials for PR and the press, some in multiple languages.
Find documents to use at events, in outreach, and in education.
This page covers many topics from different sources to supplement your campaign.
Read tips on how a Georgia county improved their population counts.