Make yourself count & represent your community! The census data will help determine the funding of our community for the next 10 years. It’s completely confidential and you can complete your census by phone, US Mail or online. For more information, visit http://2020CENSUS.GOV
When you respond:
Respond for where you live as of April 1 (Census Day).
Include everyone who usually lives and sleeps in your home as of April 1, even if they are staying somewhere else temporarily. This includes relatives, friends, roommates and anyone else who lives and sleeps in your home most of the time — even children under age five and babies born on or before April 1, even if they are still in the hospital.
Count college students where they live while attending school. If they live on campus in university/college housing such as dorms or fraternity/sorority houses, they will be counted by school officials and do not need to respond. However, if they live off campus in private housing or apartments, they should respond to the census on their own using their off-campus address even if they are currently staying elsewhere.
Find additional answers about “Who to Count” at 2020census.gov.