HAVE YOU FILLED OUT YOUR 2020 CENSUS??
Have you filled out your 2020 Census?
According to reports today - Minnesota leads the nation with 67.0% of the total they believe possible in with a national average of 56.3% - Wisconsin is second with 64.3%
Anoka County is the second best county in the state with 76.3% only surpassed by Carver County with 76.7%
Ham Lake is the third best city in Anoka county at 79.9% with only Andover at 83.4% and Oak Grove at 81.6% ahead of us.
The census is happening now!
Use your postcard to respond online or by going to 2020census.gov.
What Everyone Needs to Know
The 2020 Census is here and your participation is important! By responding to the Census, you make sure our communities get their fair share of billions of dollars in funding for health care, schools, transportation, roads, public safety, and much more. In 2016, Minnesota received $15,459,175,947 through 55 federal spending programs guided by data derived from the 2010 Census.
In March, you should’ve received an invitation in the mail to respond online to the 2020 Census. A reminder letter and paper questionnaire was sent April 8-16. During the week of April 20-27, a final reminder postcard will be sent before the Census begins following up in person. Learn what to expect in the mail [PDF].
To Complete the 2020 Census
If you didn’t receive or see an invitation delivered to your residence, don’t worry! You can still respond just by going to 2020census.gov. You can also complete your census over the phone by calling 844-330-2020. Spanish speakers may call 844-468-2020. Customer service representatives are available in many languages. Please visit the Language Support Page for help in additional languages.
Call 844-330-2020 from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Central Time for questions about responding to the 2020 Census.
Why your answers matter
$2,800 is distributed for each Minnesotan annually to pay for public services. Learn about how the census data brings dollars into Minnesota [PDF].
After each census, state officials redraw the boundaries of the congressional and state legislative districts, adapting to population shifts. Learn how where you count matters [PDF].
Federal law protects your census responses. The Census Bureau cannot release any identifiable information about individuals, households, or businesses, even to law enforcement agencies.
Are you curious about how many people in your community are responding to the 2020 Census? Stay up to date with a map of self-response rates from across the United States right down to your town.