2020 Census Update

 

 

It’s the Final Countdown! The 2020 Census will end on September 30 and the results will be linked to your county for the next 10 years. Federal funding, redistricting, business  relocation and expansions, and planning decisions will be based on the data that is collected through this census. The 2020 Census can be taken in person, by mail, by phone, or online at 2020census.gov. Additional 2020 Census resources for counties can be found at http://www.accg.org/2020_census.php.

 

Key Dates:

Transitory Populations (people who live in campgrounds, RV parks, marinas, and hotels: Counted September 3-28

Homeless: Counted September 22-24

Non-Response Counts by Enumerators: August 7-September 30

Deadline to Submit 2020 Census: September 30

Deadline for Census Bureau to accept 2020 Census by mail: October 7

 

Tracking Census Results

Georgia is lagging behind the national average in 2020 Census responses. There are three websites that offer the ability to track census results. The Response Rate Website has mapping features that can be scaled down to view census tract, county, city or congressional district information and includes 2010 county and city response rates.  The Rankings Website provides census response ranking information on a state and national level for counties and cities. This site shows the self-response rate as well as the total response (enumerated) rate. The Census Bureau also provides a map that can track Nonresponse Followup in your area.