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Census Fact-Sheets

Census 2020

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EveryoneCounts2020

Census forms are being mailed out beginning March 15, 2020.

  • You may take the Census as soon as you receive your form.
  • Each residential unit (private residence, apartment, mobile home, condo, etc) will receive a letter from the Census asking you to fill-out your Census form online. The letter will include the URL website address and your unique Census ID.
  • It should take less than 10 minutes to fill out your Census, depending on how many people live in your residence.
  • All Davidson County libraries will have computers available for you to fill out your Census online, just bring your letter. 

If you do not fill out the census online within a few weeks of receipt of your letter, you will receive a Census form in the mail to fill out and mail back. There is also a phone number that will be provided for you to report your answers. 

If you have further questions check out the resources below or the documents in the left-hand column.

English Guide  Spanish Guide

 

The US Census is a federal initiative that every 10 years counts how many people live in the country. This decennial census is required by the US Constitution to be conducted by the US Census Bureau. 

And it's important to all Thomasville residents because this census count affects how much federal funding our city gets for various programs for the next 10 years.

Our state could lose about $16,000 in federal funding over a 10-year period for each NC resident who isn't counted in the 2020 Census. Read more here.

That's why the City wants to help you know more about the census and is partnering with Davidson County, the State, and the Census Bureau to bring you this information.

All info provided and linked to below is from official state and federal census-related websites.