Starting on Census Day, April 1, 2020, the Census Bureau will for the first time encourage residents to complete the Census questionnaire online. The Census is key to the allocation of billions of dollars in federal funding to states and localities and to the reallocation of seats to the House of Representatives, and is part of everyone’s civic duty. The Census Bureau is currently actively recruiting workers. To learn more about a temporary job with the Census Bureau please click here.
If you want to complete the Census online but don’t have access to a computer or the internet, the Early Learning Coalition is just one of many locations, including the six branch libraries, and many government offices, that will make a special effort to make its computers available for that purpose. If you have a laptop you want to use but no wifi, you can use ours at no cost. To learn more about the 2020 Census visit the home page on the Census Bureau’s website.