Nonprofits play a critical role in helping ensure a complete count in Arizona. Many households would not participate in the Census if they did not get encouragement from a trusted source. Community-based organizations are highly trusted sources of information. Therefore your encouragement and assistance to people who need it will truly make a difference.
Arizona has seen major growth over the last ten years, and we’re on track for more. The 2020 Census is our opportunity to ensure that every Arizonan in every corner of our state is included and that we maximize our opportunities for future growth.
--Governor Doug Ducey
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US Census Meaning for Arizona
What does the Arizona 2020 Census mean for the state?
The census matters to Arizona and will impact our daily lives - the roads we drive on, access to health care, school lunch programs, even our political representation. The census is our once in a decade opportunity to shape the next ten years in Arizona.
What is Arizona's share of the federal funding used for?
The $675 billion in annual funds allocated to states based on population is used for schools, hospitals, roads, public works, and other vital programs. A complete count ensures all are counted.
Arizona Census 2020 Website
Arizona Census Toolkit for Community Leaders
- Download flyers, posters, social media, talking points, videos and postcards.
- English and Spanish versions available.
- Available for rural, senior, veteran, youth.
Nonprofit Census Engagement Webinar with Jannah Scott (5/4/20 - 20 min)
Ways You Can Help Get A Complete Count of Our Community
Arizona Census Contact:
Jannah Scott - Sr. Partnership Specialist
email@example.com (602) 315-0650
How Is My Community Responding?
Census Self-Response Rates: https://2020census.gov/en/response-rates.html?#
Census "Hard to Count" Map: https://www.censushardtocountmaps2020.us/
US Census Resources
US Census 2020 Website:
How To Respond - Online, by phone, or by mail.
Who To Count - Count yourself at the place where you are living and sleeping most of the time as of April 1, 2020. And count everyone living with you.
Importance of Data - Redstricting, Federal Funding, Business Decisions - 3 short explanatory videos to view.
Impact in Your Community - School lunches. Road work. First responders. Families in need.
Census Importance for LGBTQ+ people:
Census LGBTQ+ Fact Sheet
2020 Census: LGBTQ+ Information
Queer The Census: PSA
The following dates have been adjusted due to COVID-19.
For the most current updates nationally click here or email Jannah Scott in
Arizona for dates OR to partner regarding group quarters, transitory locations and homeless counts.
April 1, 2020 Census Day - mailers began to go out in March 2020
June 1: Expected re-start; ramp up Area Census Offices
June 13: Re-start Update Leave (end July 9)
July 1: Start in-person Group Quarters (end Sept 3)
Aug 11: Start Non-Response Follow-Up (end Oct 31)
Sept 3: Start Enumeration of Transitory Locations (end 9/28)
Sept 22: Service-based Enumeration, Homeless Count (end 9/24)
Oct 31: End Self-Response and Data Collection
Apr 30, 2021 Deliver counts to President
July 31, 2021 Deliver redistricting data to states