- Census Day is April 1, 2020.
- Households will begin receiving survey questionnaires in March 2020.
- For the first time, responses can be submitted online (using the unique code on your invitation letter).
- College students who are away at school should be counted on-campus; students who live at home, should be counted at your residence.
- Traditionally hard-to-count demographics include: children (under 5), college students. farm workers, homeless, immigrants, language constrained, millennial, minorities, people living in poverty, people with disabilities, refugees, renters, snowbirds, senior citizens, veterans, young adults (18-24).
Complete Count Committee
On August 7, 2019, the City of Lockport City Council approved the formation of an ad-hoc Complete Count Committee (CCC) by Resolution No. 19-086. The purpose of the Complete Count Committee is to organize local outreach efforts and provide leadership and support for participation. The Committee also assists the U.S. Census Bureau to met the goal of a timely, accurate and cost-effective census count, act as 2020 Census champions, and provide "trusted voices" as Census Ambassadors. The CCC held their kick-off meeting on November 13, 2019.
Inform others about the 2020 Census. Encourage your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to respond. Below are some helpful resources to get you started.