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The census is a national survey conducted every ten years by the federal government to determine how many people are living in the United States. The survey will ask how many people are living in a household as well as their age, sex, and race. The census population count determines how many representatives each state will have in Congress for the next 10 years and how much federal funding communities will receive for roads, schools, housing, and social programs.

Complete the Census

  • Online at

  • By Phone at 844.330.2020 (English) or 844.468.2020 (Spanish)

  • By Mail U.S. Census Bureau National Processing Center 1201 E 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47132

  • In-person by Census Bureau Enumerators who are in neighborhoods collecting responses door-to-door. Enumerators will have identification issued by the Department of Commerce with their name, photo, and expiration date.


You will not be asked to provide your:

  • Banking information

  • Social Security Number

  • Citizenship Status

  • Money or donations

If you question their identity, please call 311.

For more information the 2020 census please visit


Filling out the Census English walkthrough

Filling out the Census Spanish walkthrough

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