BAY AREA COUNTS 2020

Be counted in the 2020 Census. When you respond, everyone benefits.

About Bay Area Counts 2020

 

Bay Area Counts 2020 is a regional census outreach initiative led by the United Way Bay Area (UWBA). Our vast network of nonprofit, business, and government partners is working to ensure every person in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Solano Counties is counted in the 2020 Census.

United Way Bay Area (UWBA) was selected through a competitive application process to serve as the “Administrative Community Based Organization” (ACBO) for the State of California’s Complete Count efforts. As the administrative backbone for regional census outreach, we serve as a funder, convener, coordinator, and technical assistance provider for organizations working to support a complete count.

CONTACT US: CENSUS2020@UWBA.ORG

Complete the Census Online

Take the Census online. It's quick and easy. The 2020 Census questionnaire will take about 10 minutes to complete.

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Outreach Resources

United Way Bay Area Outreach & training resources developed in collaboration with our Bay Area County partners.

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Regional Campaign Toolkit

Marketing & outreach resources developed in collaboration with our Bay Area County partners.

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News & Press

The latest news, press, and media coverage from Bay Area Counts 2020.

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The 2020 Census At-a-Glance

Households will receive a mailed invitation to respond to the census online. Some households will also receive a paper questionnaire.

Households can respond to the census online, by phone, by mail, or in person at a Questionnaire Assistance Center.

Households that have not yet completed the census will receive a visit from a U.S. Census Bureau worker who will collect their response in person.