FAQ's

Who should be counted AS PART OF MY HOUSEHOLD ON my 2020 Census Form?

  • Anyone living in your home on April 1, 2020 for most of the year, or that currently does not have another permanent residence which would include the following:  Children, newborns, renters or roommates (all people should be counted for your household, not just your direct relations).
  • If you have someone such as a college student temporarily living at home because of the COVID-19 situation they should not be counted on your form, but at where they would normally reside.

What Languages Can I Complete The 2020 Census In?

  • The 2020 Census is translated into 59 languages, American Sign Language, and Braille.    
  • For a full list of supported languages please visit https://2020census.gov/en/languages.html

How Can I Fill Out My 2020 Census?

  • The 2020 Census will primarily be conducted online, and you can access your form at my2020census.gov.  You should have received a postcard with an access code linked to your address, but if you do not have this you can simply verify your address to complete the questionaire.
  • Additional support is also available over the phone, with numbers listed at the following link - https://2020census.gov/en/contact-us.html