Please fill out, sign and return the 2019 Census Form (PDF) promptly. If someone living in your household has moved you may indict that, if they are a registered voter they must sign to be removed. There is a line for moved household members to sign or give an address we will mail a form to sign at their new address.
US 2020 CENSUS - starting in March with postcards being mailed out with invitation to respond online. April 2020 - if no response online - paper questionnaires will be mailed out. The census asks question that provide a snapshot of the nation. Census results affect your voice in government, how much funding your community receives, and how your community plans for the future.
When you fill out the census, you help.
About this Test
The Census Bureau is researching and testing operations for the population to exercise its civic obligation to be counted in the 2020 Census. Whether through the internet, telephone, traditional paper questionnaires, or in-person visits, the Census Bureau is committed to making the mandatory once-a-decade headcount quick, easy, and safe for all to participate.
The 2019 Census Test will support the goal of the 2020 Census, which is to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place. This nationwide test of approximately 480,000 housing unit addresses will help fine-tune the planning for the 2020 Census Nonresponse Followup (NRFU) operation, which is designed to collect responses from addresses that do not self-respond. It will also inform the Integrated Partnership and Communications Campaign, which is the outreach campaign to maximize self-response to the 2020 Census.
The Purpose of the 2019 Census Test
Throughout the decade, the Census Bureau has conducted extensive research and testing to inform census design. The primary objectives of this test are to plan for the NRFU operation and inform the Integrated Partnership and Communications Campaign.
Frequently Asked Questions for the 2019 Census Test
Find answers to common questions on the 2019 Census Test.