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Census 2020 is here. Answer NOW! >>

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The Census is here! Answer before September 30!

March 12
April 1
April 8
Mid-August - September
September 30, 2020
Invitations sent by mail.
​Respond online or by phone (844-330-2020).
Census Day: April 1
Respond online or by phone (844-330-2020).​
Non-response follow-up.
Paper questionnaires sent to households who haven't responded yet.
Respond if you haven't already.
Respond online, by phone (844-330-2020), or by mail by filling out your paper questionnaire.
Non-response home visits.
In August, Census takers will begin visiting homes that have not yet responded.
Last day to respond.
Last day to get counted in Census 2020.

Respond Now!



About The Census

The Census is a count of everyone residing in the

United States-- regardless of age or legal status.


It's Easy

The Census is available in 13 languages. Respond online, by phone, or by mail.


Responding in 1 of these 3 ways is the safest way to get counted in Census 2020.


It's Required 

The U.S. Constitution requires a national census once every 10 years to count the population and determine the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives.


It's about


The Census determines the distribution of $1.5 trillion in federal funds to support 300+ state, county and community programs for schools, hospitals, roads, and more.

It's about

Fair Representation

The Census determines how many seats Florida will receive in the House of Representatives. If we all respond, Florida could gain two additional seats!

It's about Redistricting

The Census redraws the district lines that link representatives to their constituents for the next 10 years.

It's your

Civic Duty

Everyone living in the United States counts—regardless of age, sex, nationality or legal status.



Residents use the Census data to support community initiatives,  legislation, and consumer advocacy.


Businesses use it to decide where to invest, creating jobs and boosting economic growth.


Local governments use the Census data for public safety and emergency preparedness.


Real estate developers use it to build new homes and revitalize old neighborhoods.



Census Bureau staff take a lifetime oath to protect your personal information, and any violation comes with a penalty of up to $250,000 and/or up to 5 years in prison.


Your information cannot be shared with any other government agency, including law  enforcement or ICE. Your information is kept strictly confidential for 72 years!


The Census Bureau will never ask for your Social Security, bank accounts, political affiliation, religion or citizenship status. To verify a Census taker’s identity, contact: 800-923-8282.

Dispel Rumors

Concerned that what you are hearing is not correct? Get the facts: Fighting Rumors.


- Check out 2020 Census Jobs

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5840 Johnson St, Hollywood, FL 33021


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