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Contact us (2020 Census)

For questions about the Washington State Complete Count Committee, contact:


2020 Census resources

U.S. Census Bureau

Seattle Area Census Office

Annette M. Mummery, ACO Manager
4735 E. Marginal Way S
Tel: 206-288-7839

Tobi C. Iverson Halliday, Partnership Coordinator
Tel: 206-979-8063

Complete Count Committees

Complete Count Committees at the state, county, city, and/or tribal levels are intended to bring together community leaders to ensure a complete count of residents in the targeted area. For us, that area is the state of Washington; and Governor Inslee launches the statewide effort on October 8, 2018 when he attends the inaugural meeting of the Washington State Complete Count Committee. Chaired by former Governor and former U.S.

Community mobilization (2020 Census)

4 ways you can help mobilize your community

  1. Invite, collaborate, and participate in community organizing meetings to educate and raise awareness about the importance of the census to every family residing and every business operating in the state!
  2. Start or join a discussion on outreach. We need everyone’s ideas about how to educate and create awareness and trust in the Census process. An accurate census benefits every resident in the state.

2020 Census Jobs

The U.S. Census Bureau needs to hire hundreds of thousands of people across the country to do field work, to connect with communities, and to manage the process. In Washington, there will be five Area Census Offices: Seattle (opening January 2019) and Everett, Olympia, Spokane and Tacoma (opening summer 2019). You can help Washington by identifying and encouraging people in your community to apply for these jobs.

Addresses (2020 Census)

The process of ensuring an updated list of addresses is the responsibility of the state, city, and county government.

Get involved in the 2020 Census

To make the 2020 Census a success, the U.S. Census Bureau has three top-level needs from individual states:

Timeline - 2020 Census

The decennial U.S. Census has been characterized as the largest peacetime mobilization. It's a complex exercise that involves 35 separate operations, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Timeline of high-level tasks

Year Date Activity