Why is the Census Important?
The 2020 U.S. Census is a snapshot of cities, counties, states and the nation. The information collected by the census will help Sacramento County and its diverse communities ensure our voice in government, how much funding our community receives, and data for our communities to plan for today and the future.
Our community benefits the most when the census counts everyone!
REPRESENTATION
34 Representative Districts
REPRESENTATION See More
FUNDING
$1/2 Billion
FUNDING See More
PLANNING
569,705 Housing Units
PLANNING See More
BUSINESS
110,172 Companies
BUSINESS See More
Organization Title You Count, We Count, Be Counted Get Involved
What Going On Next Events
  • 02 Apr
    State Kick-Off Event
    • April 2, 2019 @ 11:00 am
    • California State Capitol-West Steps

    The California State 2020 Census Office and Complete Count Committee will kick-off the 2020 Census on the west steps of the state Capitol. Sacramento Complete Count Committee will also celebrate at the April 2nd event.

  • Local Kick-Off Event
    • April 10, 2019

    Come celebrate the kick-off to the 2020 Census with a press event and job fair hosted by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation and Sacramento Employment and Training Agency.

    10 Apr
  • 23 Mar
    Census Information Mailed
    • March 23, 2020

    Census information will be mailed to households in the U.S. for the first time, residents will be asked to complete the survey online.

  • Census Day!
    • April 1, 2020

    Official Census Day

    01 Apr
  • 30 Sep
    End of collection phase
    • September 30, 2020

    End of data collection phase of 2020 census. The results will be tabulated and given to the President of the United States on Dec. 31, 2020.

CALIFORNIA Hard to Count Interactive Map

The interactive map shows California census tracts and block groups shaded by the California Hard-to-Count Index. https://census.ca.gov/htc-map/

Many California residents live in areas that, based on demographic, socioeconomic and housing characteristics, may be hard to count in 2020. Tools such as this Hard-to-Count (HTC) interactive map will help to focus outreach efforts to get more people to participate and BE COUNTED!

Using the map

  • Pan the map to examine the community
  • Click on a tract to learn about an area
  • Zoom in to see census block group-level census data
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