The SDC network is gathering, organizing and sharing our best practices, activities and guidance on States’ and SDCs’ roles in the 2020 Census.
2020 Partnership, Complete Count Committees and Outreach
There are many opportunities to help promote and support the upcoming 2020 Census. The public and government officials can work to spread awareness through complete count committees, schools and universities, Governor’s Commissions, faith-based institutions, and in many other capacities.
A Complete Count Committee (CCC) is a volunteer committee established by state and local governments and/or community leaders to increase awareness about the census and encourage residents of their communities to respond. The committees can include a diverse selection of community representatives from government, education, business, faith, and media organizations. CCCs are responsible for executing a strategy unique to challenges in their community.
- 2020 Census Outreach Campaign Final Report (9/15/2021)
New from Washington State Office of Financial Managment: 2020 Census Outreach Campaign Final Report
- A Complete 2020 Census Count is Critical for One of the Fastest-Growing Counties in the Nation (3/1/2020)
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A Complete 2020 Census Count is Critical for One of the Fastest-Growing Counties in the Nation.
MAG has created the Regional Census Communication Group representing all of its member communities. The group has been meeting regularly since August 2018 to exchange ideas, information and resources pertaining to 2020 Census outreach strategies. Most of the group’s member agencies have established a Complete Count Committee (CCC) or other working groups that meet and strategize on how best to reach the unique populations in their communities.
Find it here: https://www.census.gov/library/stories/2019/12/connecting-with-partners-maricopa-association-of-governments.html
- Census Information for Rental Property Owners (1/24/2020)
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Census Information for Rental Property Owners
Landlords and building managers need to know: How does the Census work? When does it happen? What if an occupied apartment or unit does not receive any Census materials? Who needs to be counted in my apartment building? How can you verify that someone is a Census worker? What might a Census worker ask of a landlord or building manager? Is answering the Census required? Are there privacy issues to consider? Visit here https://metrocouncil.org/Housing/Services/Metro-HRA-Rental-Assistance/Landlords/2020-Census-Information.aspx for answers to all of these Frequently Asked Questions about the coming 2020 Census.
- Montana Census 2020 (11/12/2019)
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Montana Census 2020
Comprehensive site for 2020 communications with state message
Find it here: https://ceic.mt.gov/Census2020
- Yolo County California 2020 Census (9/27/2019)
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Yolo County California 2020 Census
Materials that were produced by staff for the 2020 Census effort.
Find it here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1nLs_8XwxbkP2sNsAKK8qTDnpti3PyKlb
- California Complete Count Committee website (8/19/2019)
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California Complete Count Committee website
The California Complete Count – Census 2020 Office (California Census Office) is coordinating the State’s outreach and communication strategy, which focuses on the hardest-to-count residents. Working through local governments, Tribal Governments, community-based organizations and media, the state is funding work that will complement work being done nationally by the U.S. Census Bureau. California leaders have invested $187.2 million toward a statewide outreach and communication campaign.
Find it here: https://census.ca.gov/
- 2020 Census: Ways to Engage (7/8/2019)
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2020 Census: Ways to Engage
The success of the census depends on everyone’s participation. Want to help? To ensure that all of the diverse voices of the Commonwealth are heard and all Virginians are counted, the Office of the Governor is looking for individuals involved in their community to become Virginia Complete Count Census Ambassadors.
Find it here: https://www.commonwealth.virginia.gov/advisory-boards/virginia-complete-count-commission/ways-to-engage/
- 2020 Census Complete Count Committees Interactive Map (6/17/2019)
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2020 Census Complete Count Committees Interactive Map
Find a Complete Count Committee in your community. A Tableau interactive map.
Find it here: https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/interactive/2020-complete-count-committees.html
- North Carolina Complete Count Commission (6/13/2019)
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North Carolina Complete Count Commission
Website to promote and coordinate 2020 Census participation and recruitment in North Carolina.
Find it here: http://census.nc.gov
- Colorado Census 2020 Web Page (4/30/2019)
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Colorado Census 2020 Web Page
Materials support Colorado’s State and local Complete Count Committees. Fact Sheets and resources supporting census data collection.
Find it here: https://demography.dola.colorado.gov/census_2020/