Respond to the 2020 Census online or by phone.

Visit my2020census.gov or view Census Response Lines and Non-Census Hotlines here.

Check how your neighborhood is doing with Census response rates by visiting this page.

Disinformation Reporting

You can help ensure accurate information about the 2020 Census by reporting questionable messages about the Census.

To report, you can click here, email naleo@tips.junkipedia.org, or send an SMS message to
(602) 845-8619.

Stay Informed

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Find Resources

Click below to find local, state and national resources that will help educate, motivate and activate for the Census.

Get Involved

There are many ways to support the Census; click below to see how you or your organization can get involved.

Census and COVID-19

We know Census outreach plans are changing due to COVID-19. Please visit this Census Counts website for COVID-19 resources.

For information on digital organizing during COVID-19, please click here

The Final Census Expo in Orange County

It’s about fair representation. It’s about redistricting. It’s about allocating community resources. Everyone counts. You can help.



Local nonprofits, foundations, colleges and universities, cities, the County CEO Office, the California Complete Count Office, and the U.S. Census Bureau.


Wed. September 23, 2020



Zoom Online Event

Why is the Census Important to Orange County?

The Census is required by the U.S. Constitution – and getting it right is important to everyone.
An accurate Census:

Determines how more than $800 billion in federal government resources will be distributed each year for the next decade to states and localities


Determines apportionment of Congressional seats and redistricting at all levels of government


Determines where schools, roads, hospitals, child care centers, senior centers and other services should be built


The 2020 Census has finished collecting responses. Thank you.

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