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Beginning on March 12, 2020, every Californian with a physical address will be receiving a U.S. Census Invitation through the mail. This invitation will provide you wil a link and a Special ID code for you to log in and self-repsond to the Census Questionaire.  Please Note you do not need to have a special ID to do the questionnaire, all you would need to do is follow the steps. Every persons is required to respond to the 2020 Census Questionaire.

 

There are three ways to self-respond to the 2020 Census:

  • Online at https://my2020census.gov
  • On the Phone

    LANGUAGE LINE

     

    English

    Spanish

    Chinese (Mandarin)

    Chinese (Cantonese)

    Vietnamese

    Korean

    Russian

    Arabic

    Tagalog

    Polish

    French

    Haitian Creole

    Portuguese

    Japanese

    English (Puerto Rico residents)

    Spanish (Puerto Rico residents)

    Telephone Display Device (TDD)

    TOLL-FREE NUMBER

     

    844-330-2020

    844-468-2020

    844-391-2020

    844-398-2020

    844-461-2020

    844-392-2020

    844-417-2020

    844-416-2020

    844-478-2020

    844-479-2020

    844-494-2020

    844-477-2020

    844-474-2020

    844-460-2020

    844-418-2020

    844-426-2020

    844-467-2020

     

  • By Paper

 

In addition, Californians in hard-to-count communities will be able to visit Questionnaire Assistance Centers (QACs) to receive in-person help filling out their Census form. In Kings County our Local QACs are at can be found on http://www.211kingscounty.org/2020census.

 

What Californians Need to Know About the 2020 Census:

 

•         The Census is a simple, confidential 9 question survey

•         Questions include: name, address, sex, race, ethnicity, age, and whether you own or rent the home

•         Californians should self-identify in regard to race, ethnicity and gender

•         Make sure you count everyone in your home, including any friends or family members who are living and sleeping there most of the time

•         The Census Bureau will never ask about your citizenship status, or for sensitive information like your social security number, bank accounts, or payments/donations.

•         The Census Bureau will never reach out to you on behalf of a political party

•         Your responses to the Census are protected by law and cannot be shared with, or used by, any other government agencies. Answers cannot be used for law enforcement purposes, to determine eligibility for government benefits or immigration enforcement

•         For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, please visit californiacensus.org

 

 

 Thank you all for participating! The more we Count the better we can make our community!! MAKE KINGS COUNTY COUNTY!!