Other pages about the topic: Census
Organizing for the 2020 Census doesn’t need to be difficult. Organizations across the country have been working on toolkits for several years, and more are coming online weekly. We provide links here to resources within Washington and nationwide that you can access depending on what you are trying to achieve and who you are targeting. We will update the list as more resources become available.
The Nonprofit Census Action Kit is designed to provide basic tools that can be used to build awareness about the census and encourage the people to be counted. The kit includes:
OFM Census team adds lots of new resources in March, including:
The Washington state Complete Count Committee met for the second time on January 24, 2019. In addition to reviewing and approving the Factsheet on Census and Confidentiality, the CCC reviewed the work of various subcommittees and discussed the Governor's budget request for 2020 Census promotions.
The agenda, minutes and other products are now available on our website.
The Washington Complete Count Committee developed a two-page Factsheet on the Census and Confidentiality, which provides information about the legal protections of Title 13 mandating the U.S. Census Bureau to safeguard the confidentiality of your responses and legal obligations of U.S residents under Title 13.
OFM posts data about household internet access by county, city/town and census designated place based on the 2013-2017 American Community Survey. The excel sheets highlight households (number and percentage): (1) with no internet access, and (2) with access to the internet only through their cellphones.