April 1 officially marked Census Day across the United States – one year from the start of the next decennial U.S. Census on April 1, 2020. Officials from the U.S. Census Bureau provided updates about 2020 Census operations, logistics and planning.
State and local governments, businesses and community organizations also kicked off Census Day by announcing outreach plans to the millions of people they want to ensure are counted in 2020. Advocates from across the country shared stories about why a fair and accurate count benefits all of us. And locally, Colorado’s Governor made remarks about how a full and accurate Census count supports community planning efforts like school improvements, road repairs, economic development and emergency services.
Heading into 2020