Census 2020

Census_2020

Waterford's Current Census Response Rate

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Why Is The Response Rate Important?


Census response is important to Waterford. Every year critical decisions are made from Census date that directly impact each and every person in Waterford Township.
Our community goal is to have at least a 90% response rate from Waterford residents for the 2020 Census.
Check out our tracker for the daily response rate estimate for the 2020 Census.
Share the importance of Census response with your friends, family, neighbors and coworkers and lets see this number soar toward our goal. Our goal to ensure that the Waterford community and its residents and business owners are accurately represented for the next 10 years!


How To Respond


It’s easier than ever! 9 questions, 9 minutes

Online: 2020census.gov
Phone: 800-9238282
By Mail - send in your questionnaire

Welcome to the 2020 Census!

Everyone Counts
The goal of this census is to count every living person in the U.S. just once and in the right place. We need your help to make sure everyone in Waterford gets counted!

Census Data Are Important!
The U.S. Constitution requires a census every 10 years. The results are used to determine the number of seats each state has in Congress, draw boundaries for voting districts, and determine how more than $675 billion in federal funding is spent in communities each year.

Taking Part is Your Civic Duty

Completing the census is required; it is a way to participate in our democracy and say "I count!"

Your Information is Confidential
Federal law protects your responses. Your answers can only be used to produce statistics and cannot be used against you by any government agency or court.

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What To Expect In The Mail

March 12-20  - Postcard - Invitation to respond online to the 2020 Census

March 16-24   - A reminder letter

March 26-April 3  -  A reminder postcard

April 8-16  -  A reminder letter and a paper questionnaire

April 20-27  -  A final reminder postcard before Census workers follow up in person when it’s safe to do so