United We Count

Published on September 4, 2020 in

Our children count on you for access to school meals, health care and education programs!

Fill out your Census

Complete the Census online

There’s a lot at stake in the 2020 Census. It determines how much funding our communities receive for food assistance, children’s health programs, free and reduced school meals, education programs and so much more. In fact, it’s estimated that our state will lose $1,800 per year for every person who isn’t counted! That’s why it’s essential that every single person, including infants and children, are counted this year.

There’s still time to be counted! Make sure to complete your census by Sept. 30!


  • The census is only nine questions. It only takes 10-15 minutes to complete.
  • The census impacts funding for several important programs, including:
    • SNAP- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (or food stamps).
    • WIC- Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.
    • CHIP- Children’s Health Insurance Program.
    • Special education.
    • Free and reduced-price school meals.
    • Head Start.
  • The census also impacts our government representation.


Will the census ask for my income or social security number?
No, you will not be asked for this information.

Does the census ask about citizenship or immigration status?
No, there is no question about citizenship on the census.

Will the federal government share my personal information?
No, the census is confidential. Your information will not be shared.

Response options
The Census Bureau provides translated web pages and guides in 59 non-English languages, including American Sign Language, and also offers braille and large print. You can respond in the following ways:

  • Online
  • By Phone
    • English: 844-330-2020
    • Español: 844-468-2020
    • Arabic: 844-416-2020
  • By Mail
    • The census form was shipped to homes in March. You can mail your census form back in.

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