Filling out the Census form for your address is safe, convenient, and quick.

From March till September 30th, you can respond at You can do it on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
You will also be able to call the U.S. Census Bureau at 844-330-2020 to answer the Census questions.o Census hotlines are available in 13 other languages: Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), Vietnamese, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Tagalog, Polish, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, and Japanese.

In addition, video and printed guides are available in 59 non-English languages, and there’s a printed guide in braille and one with large print.

You can get help filling out the form, but make sure it’s from someone you trust, and that you’re putting the information directly into the Census website, not into their computer, tablet, or phone for future uploading. You can learn more about how community groups can help you respond.

You can fill out the form at our local library, child care center, or other community facility even if you don’t have the unique identifying code. You can just use your address.

If you left someone off, you can fill out the Census again without the unique identifying code, and include everyone, just using your address. The Census Bureau will remove all duplicated individuals.

Looking for Spanish resources? Find them right here:

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