2020 Census Questionnaire Assistance Guides in 60 Languages
Rock The Vote - We Count!
The next Census begins in 2020. Take the pledge to be counted so your community gets its fair share!
Sacramento County Office of Education – Count Me In Campaign
The Sacramento County Office of Education is developing curriculum to educate students and teachers about the importance of the 2020 Census. Read the
Project Overview (PowerPoint).
Diversity in Our City
Sacramento is ranked 13 in a list of
Most Ethnically Diverse Cities in the U.S.
George Washington University Institute of Public Policy
National Conference of State Legislatures
Public Service Announcements (PSAs)
The Census Bureau provides resources to help ensure partners and stakeholders have the tools they need to effectively engage their communities.
California Hard to Count Index and Interactive Map
California Complete Count Census 2020 is a statewide outreach and awareness campaign designed to ensure the federal government collects an accurate and complete count of all California residents in the upcoming U.S. Census 2020.
This interactive map shows California census tracts and block groups shaded by their California Hard-to-Count Index. To use the map, click on a section of the map to see what makes the area hard or easier to count. For more information about what makes an area hard-to-count, visit the
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.
Census Engagement Navigator is an interactive tool that shows what areas of the country had high or low return rates in the 2010 Census as well as demographic information for the area. This information helps Census planners identify areas that may need more engagement in the 2020 Census.
U.S. Census Bureau: Response Outreach Area Mapper (ROAM)
This mapping tool shows demographic information for hard-to-survey areas. The US Census Bureau uses this information to plan for the 2020 Census by hiring staff with language skills to work in these areas.
2016 Planning Database Low Response Score (LRS) by Census Track
The Low Response Score (LRS) is how the US Census Bureau measures how likely the residents in a geographic area are to respond by mail to a survey or census. If an LRS is high, that means the area is considered harder-to-count. CA Census 2020 has LRS maps by County on their website.